The skillfulness of a Musango Bus driver saved the lives of the passengers he was carrying in the Matomb locality of the Centre Region, even though three people got wounded.
Sources say that, the Musango driver struggled to dodge a truck that was trying to overtake a car coming from the opposite direction which would have collided with the 70-seater bus if not for the swiftness of the driver.
The Eseka gendarmerie officers went to the scene to find out who was on the wrong so as to mete out sanctions accordingly. Their boss Jean Baptiste Bokam, has been singing about road safety campaigns which most of them do not take seriously. They only come to the scene when there is already a situation at hand. When it is still at the level of prevention, all they care about is the money they are bribed with.
Studied B.Sc Journalism and Mass Communication at University of Buea
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