PHOTOS: New Prado SUV burns down in Abuja

New Prado SUV burns down in Abuja
New Prado SUV burns down in Abuja

At about 8.30 a.m. on Monday, a brand new Prado SUV caught fire along the highway at a location adjacent to the Federal Secretariat in Abuja.

The driver tried to stop the fire without success. For almost half an hour, the vehicle burnt, other drivers went about their businesses.

Officials of the fire service arrived after the vehicle had completely been engulfed in flames.


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  • MilitaryPolice01 [Joint Chief]

    The driver tried to stop the fire without success. For almost half an hour, the vehicle burnt, other drivers went about their businesses.

    Officials of the fire service arrived after the vehicle had completely been engulfed in flames.
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    The above two separate sentences underline the foolishness in the Country. 1. In a country filled with many stone hearts none of the other drivers found it touching to help the helpless driver with the fire extinguishers I know they all had in their cars , 2. A Fire Service for a whole Abuja City could only arrive when the damage had been done.

    Sadly insurance is little or non existent in Nigeria, so the driver will have to bear the loss and hopefully some respite comes

    • Otile

      The coming of the Fire Service is like closing the barn door after the horse has fled.

  • Dr Bunmi Binitie

    Oh dear! This reminds us all to keep a good fire extinguisher in the car. Thank God no life was lost

  • atakamosu

    Hehn, is this news?

  • Waandu

    Coming so soon after Fayose’s G class mercedes caught fire in Lagos, this is worrying. Spiritual attacks at work. TB Joshua should intervene.