Monday, March 24, 2014

God Is Good Motors Sends Condolences To Families Of Passengers That Died On Their Bus

This is a press release from God is Good Motors, sympathizing with families of passengers that died in their bus on Monday March 17th. Read below:
The Management of God is Good Motors has expressed their heartfelt condolences to the families of the persons who died in a tragic road crash on Monday.

The accident occurred on 17th of March at about 3pm along Benin-Ore Expressway by Ugbogui Town. A truck belonging to a company (names withheld), which drove recklessly against traffic collided with our bus with registration number WWR 625 XA. Every effort by our captain (driver) to avoid this situation proved abortive.

We are heartbroken to report that several of our passengers lost their lives or were injured. We also lost a dear friend, a gentle and well cultured captain (Captain Wilfred) in this tragic incident. We realise that words cannot begin to express our sorrow to the families of those who lost their lives or were injured in this tragic incident. Our thoughts and prayers are with them. It grieves us deeply as we are a company which places very high premium on customer satisfaction, without such records of fatalities.
In our over 16 years history of providing transportation services to Nigerians, we pride ourselves as one of the safest and most reliable road transport company in Nigeria which is verifiable, constantly setting the standard of how a modern road transport company should be operated.

Our company, in a bid to ensure utmost safety of our customers, ensures that our captains are adequately trained in Nigeria and abroad and that they adhere to the highest safety standards. Majority of our guest (customers) would agree with us that professionalism is our watch word as our captains adhere to a company speed limit which is strictly enforced by our automatic speed detection system and monitoring teams.

Though we  work closely with the Federal Road Safety Corps to ensure such accidents are avoided, however, we are currently reviewing the events that occurred and every necessary step is being taken to ensure that such a tragic incidence never occur again. We also join well meaning Nigerians to call on governments at all levels to pay more attention to our roads, while road users respect the lives of their fellow road users.

Once again, we express our utmost condolences. May the souls of the departed rest in peace. Amen.