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Man crashes into Setraco barricade without caution signs in Port Harcourt

A man has survived a fatal accident after crashing into the Setraco barricade without no caution signs on the closed section of Ahoda Elele part of the East-West road in Port Harcourt.

According to the survival identify as Effort Ndeesor, he said from the look of things, motors were plying that section of the road in the daytime before it was blocked by workers of Setraco and when he and his friends made efforts to question why the road was blocked, the Nigerian Army attacked the the company threatened them.

Meanwhile, motorists and other sympathizers are beginning to ask if the government or the company was to take responsibility for the damages done to the man and his car.

Whilst they thank God for saving his life and that of his friends, they challenged him to file a legal action against the company for blocking the road without any caution signs.

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