Nollywood actress and brand influencer, Toyin Abraham, has questioned the Lagos Government on the absence of a closed-circuit television on a modern commercial shuttle like the State-owned Bus Rapid Transit.
Her worry comes after the tragic death of 22-year-old Bamise Ayanwola who was found dead on Monday with her private parts missing on Carter Bridge along Ogogoro Community in Lagos Island.
In an Instagram post on Tuesday, she said; "It is sad enough that Nigeria is not safe but to think that a place or thing considered as property like BRT is now considered a dangerous place should all get all of us concerned.
"But I have few questions for Lagos State Government, why are the BRT buses not fitted with CCTV cameras? What measure have you put in place since this incident that made you assure Lagosians that the BRT buses are now safe?
"Are we truly safe or your speech is just government rhetoric, telling us what we want to hear?
"Lagosians, please be careful, we cannot move about like everything is okay.
"Things are not okay if we are not safe inside government buses.
And to the family of Ayanwole Oluwabamise I sympathize with you.
"Some of us will reach out to see how you can go through this phase with some measure of ease-no easy way in grieve.
"May God truly console you. This is such a sad incident!"