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Woman who got hit by OYTMA vehicle cries out, Says her leg was amputated and OYTMA did Nothing (Photos)

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On: August 15, 2020

A woman, Mrs Taiwo has allegedly accuse the Oyo State Road Transport Management Authority (OYTMA) of their non challance attitude towards her Amputated leg following the ghastly accident involving their vehicle.

According to a post on facebook by Christ Liberty world Evangelical Ministry. Pastor Korede, Mrs Taiwo got hitted by OYTMA vehicle on saturday 16th May, 2020, her leg was amputated at University Teaching Hospital (UCH) Ibadan and milions of naira has been expenses.

The woman was discharged and claims not to have money due to the incident, she later accuse the OYTMA of not doing anything to assist her, and and call on the governor of Oyo state, Engr Seyi Makinde to come to her aid.

Post read

“Please help me to share this post to reach Government of oyo state.
Why Governors seyi Makinde??
I know Governor Seyi Makinde to be merciful man but is beyond my reasonable doubt why one of the arms of his government will do this to my daughter and their hearts of negligence. Please help me share it to reach Governor Seyi Makinde.
This WOMAN Mrs Taiwo …… was hitted by Oyo state government vehicle ( OYTMA) on the Saturday may 16th year 2020, her leg was amputated at UCH Ibadan with millions of naira for hospital bill/ expenses, she was discharged on the thursday 15th july 2020. It’s time to buy artificial leg no money again. Until now OYTMA has not doing anything officially to assist. Letter had been written to Governor seyi Makinde, Attorney general Oyo State and OYTMA as at now nothing has been done to assist. A lot of money was spent in hospital which has seriously affected her family means of livelihood and there is need for artificial leg to be able meet ends need. OYO STATE and CITIZEN of NIGERIA please help.”

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