Couple, son, die in auto accident after Attending U.S. Visa interview appointment

Couple, son, die in auto accident after Attending U.S. Visa interview appointment

A 40-year-old pharmacist, Chinedu Eze, his wife, Chinwenma, and 3-year-old son, Chidera, have died in a fatal auto accident on their way from American embassy where they had gone for visa interview appointments.

Their maid, and seven others, who were in the14-seater commercial bus they boarded while heading back to Enugu where they lived after attending the American visa interview appointment also died in the ghastly auto accident after a truck rammed into their bus along Lagos-Benin express way at Ufosi, a boundary town between Ondo and Edo states.

According to the report by Vanguard there was a sole survivor.

“They actually came to Lagos to attend an interview at the United States of American Embassy as they wanted to go on vacation to the United States. It was on their way back to Enugu that they boarded a commercial bus in Lagos. Suddenly, a truck rammed into their bus along Lagos-Benin express way,” the late pharmacist’s brother, Dr Divine Ogbonne told Vanguard.

Read full story: How family of three, seven others were roasted to death in a road crash







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