Terhemen Tarzoor Involved In Car Crash #Beekhaybee

The governorship candidate of the Peoples
Democratic Party in the last general elections
in Benue state, Terhemen Tarzoor was involved
in a ghastly motor accident while travelling
from Jos, capital of Plateau state to the Federal
Capital Territory, Abuja.
Tarzoor’s convoy was involved in a ghastly
motor accident that left two people badly
injured yesterday night, Daily Trust reports.
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The accident occurred at Bade, along Jos-Bade
Junction-Keffi road some minutes past 7pm,
and left two vehicles including Tarzoor’s
security back-up badly damaged.
Tarzoor is currently challenging the election of
Samuel Ortom of the All Progressives Congress
at the election petition tribunal in the state after
Ortom was declared winner by the Independent
National Electoral Commission.
He was however unhurt as the Toyota Land
Cruiser SUV he was in was not affected in the
accident, his close associate, Cornelius Hwande
told Daily Trust by phone, on Sunday.
The back-up car damaged is a Toyota Prado
SUV with registration number PHC880AA, which
had four occupants, including the driver and
four security guards. It somersaulted and
landed off the road.
A Volkswagen space wagon which had only the
driver which tried to overtake the convoy on the
right side, ran into the convoy, pushing the SUV
to skid off the road.
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Tarzoor had filed a case at the tribunal through
his counsel, Joy Adesino (SAN), challenging the
eligibility of Ortom to contest the gubernatorial
polls in the state, praying the tribunal to declare
Ortom’s votes invalid and declare him the
winner.
Meanwhile, Ortom has been given the green
light to borrow N10 billion by the Benue state
house of assembly, due to the lingering financial
crisis in the state.

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