28 Die, 65 Rescued, 7 Missing In Niger Boat Mishap

28 Die, 65 Rescued, 7 Missing In Niger Boat Mishap

5/10/2021 3:54:00 AM

28 Die, 65 Rescued, 7 Missing In Niger Boat Mishap

65 people have been rescued and they are doing well, 28 corpses have been recovered and buried but 7 people are still missing;

The NSEMA boss said the agency had received a preliminary report of the accident and would intensify the search and rescue operation for the remaining seven people.ADVERTISEMENTLEADERSHIP findings showed that contrary to inland waterways transport rules and the directive of the Niger State government on the wearing of life-protective jackets while on a boat, none of the passengers did so.

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