- No any pedestrian footpaths for the students,
- No traffic island or median divider between opposite direction traffic in order to reduce the head collision between two vehicles in the area,
- No any traffic sign or signal for motorists or road users, and
- No single bond in the front of the campus to limit or reduce the speed of those drivers who think speed limit is just a mere suggestion.
- No zebra-crossing for the students, therefore, most students end up crossing the road at will.
Recently in the month of August, 2015, a student of one of the higher institutions in Ibadan city, Oyo state, Nigeria, was knocked down by a vehicle on his way to campus. I learned that this was not the first incident in the area. One of the students of the school told me that the victim was the only son and the only child of the family. What a pity! However, when I visited the area of the incident, I discovered that the campus is located beside an expressway (a busy road) that links two states together in the country and I also, discovered that the road lacks the necessary desirable safety facilities for pedestrians. For more understanding, the following are the conditions of the said road: