Road Accidents In Nigeria a problem and solution

Many people die of road accidents each day In Nigeria.

There are two major factors that cause these accidents.

First the presence of really damaged roads.

second, the use of really damaged cars,

and overloaded vehicles.

How can this problem the solved?

First, the minster of transport should employed well trained workers that specialize solely on eradicating bad roads.

These workers would ensure that all damaged roads are reconstructed and fixed.

The outcome of this would be good solid roads that can be safely driven on.

secondly, The government should strictly restrict vehicle overload and the use of damaged cars on Nigerian roads, as this occurs often.
At the end of the day, Nigerian roads should look like this! Well constructed, free of damaged vehicles, and safe for citizens.

Works Cited

Orangesky3- Accident with two cars.

Edward Allen Lim- Dead Weight.

MSVG- Parked on a Highway.

Roadscanners- Frost damage in Sweden overtornea.

Charlie- 1977-79 Toyota Corolla in an appaling “roadworthy” condition.

Paul Arps- Overload? (Kratie, Cambodia 2011).

Lookcatalog- Nigerian Girl.

Gusjer- Overloaded car.

Worak. Myanmar- Overloaded.

All other pictures were taken from pixabay.


Created with images by orangesky3 - "Accident with two cars" • Edward Allen Lim - "Dead Weight" • MSVG - "Parked on a Highway..." • Roadscanners - "Frost damage in Sweden Övertorneå" • charlie cars - "1977-79 Toyota Corolla in an appaling "roadworthy" condition" • paularps - "Overload? (Kratie, Cambodia 2011)" • lookcatalog - "Nigerian Girl" • Peggy_Marco - "white male 3d model isolated" • Hillyne - "team corporate people" • cegoh - "excavators construction machine site" • sasint - "path asphalt street" • Bob_piqam - "no sign of entry road sign an" • Unsplash - "car damage auto" • Gusjer - "Overloaded car" • worak - "Myanmar - Overloaded" • diowcnx - "road car car on road"

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