A wrongful overtaking attempt by the speeding Golf car driver led to a head-on collision with an oncoming trailer, the traffic official said.
In a statement on Monday, Mr Olonisaye said the crash on Abak – Ikot Abasi Road by Oku – Abak involved two vehicles.
Mr Abdullahi said that 12 people, however, lost their lives and property worth N10.3 million were destroyed by fire during the period under review.
The sector commander blamed the accident on speeding and loss of control.
The accident which occured on the Abuja-Kaduna road, involved a bus loaded with bags of kola nuts.
The Ogun state command said that 71 vehicles were involved in the crashes monitored from July 6 to July 13.
According to him, the injured were taken to Idera Hospital Sagamu and Federal Medical Centre, Abeokuta.
“The death of three people due to electrocution in a bus in Jaisalmer is extremely sad. My deepest condolences to the bereaved family.”
An official advised motorists to observe all traffic rules and regulations and drive with caution while plying the roads.
The magistrate, Dehinde Dipeolu, admitted the defendant to bail in N1 million with two sureties in like sum.