Nkechi Blessing Shares Experience of Narrowly Avoiding Accident on Third Mainland Bridge Two Nights Prior to MC Oluomo’s Aide’s Tragic Demise

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Actress Nkechi Blessing has shared a chilling encounter she had on the Third Mainland Bridge just days before the tragic accident that claimed the life of Akintoye Benson, an aide to Lagos socialite MC Oluomo.

In an Instagram post on Friday, Nkechi urged her followers to exercise caution while driving on the bridge, recounting her own close call with danger.

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Expressing her concerns, the “Ada Omo Daddy” actress described the new bridge as “dangerous,” likening it to a “death trap.” She revealed how she almost lost control of her vehicle while driving on the bridge just two nights prior, emphasizing the importance of driving carefully, even on seemingly improved roads.

Nkechi’s message took on a somber tone as she shared the heartbreaking news of losing a good friend in a tragic accident on the same bridge just the night before. The loss left her questioning whether the newly constructed bridge was a blessing or a curse.

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She pleaded with her followers to avoid speeding on the Third Mainland Bridge, emphasizing that untimely deaths should never be anyone’s portion.

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The post served as a poignant reminder of the fragility of life and the importance of road safety.

Meanwhile, a viral video depicting the aftermath of Akintoye’s fatal accident has circulated online, adding to the sorrow felt by many.

Akintoye Benson, the chairman of the Tricycle Owners and Operators Association of Nigeria (TOOAN) Zone H, will be remembered fondly by those who knew him.

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