Two members of staff of Kaduna State Media Corporation, KSMC, have died in a car crash at Malagum village in Kaura Local Government Area of the state.
The News Agency of Nigeria gathered that eight other staff of the corporation sustained injuries.
The 10 radio workers were returning from a staff audit in Kaduna on Wednesday evening when their vehicle somersaulted.
Wisdom Adamu, survivor and driver of the Sharon car, said on Thursday that the incident occurred when a motorcyclist “from nowhere, surfaced in front of the vehicle.”
Mr. Adamu said in an attempt to avoid hitting the motorcyclist, he lost control of the vehicle which somersaulted several times.
Gideon Bitrus, the KSMC Station Manager, Kafanchan, who confirmed the incident, said Douglas Stephen, an announcer, and Godwin Sunday, a security guard, lost their lives.
Mr. Bitrus said that the eight injured members of staff were receiving treatment at the Kafanchan General Hospital.
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