Varsity lecturer dies in lone car accident in Bayelsa
The Dean of Student Affairs at Niger Delta University, Amadoma, in Bayelsa, died in a car crash on Saturday, the police stated on Sunday.
Police spokesman in Bayelsa, Asinim Butswat, stated that police found the dean in his incinerated car after a lone accident on the Tombia-Amasoma Highway.
He stated that the victim had been burnt to death before help arrived.
“On Jan. 21 policemen responded to a scene of a lone fatal car accident along Tombia-Amassoma Road, Bayelsa, and discovered that the only occupant in the vehicle, a Toyota Corrolla was burnt to death.
“The corpse has been evacuated to the morgue. Investigation is on-going,’’ Mr Butswat stated.
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