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The Lagos Gas Explosion Was Like ‘Armageddon’ – Witness Recounts What Happened

Scene of the Lagos gas explosion A truck said to be carrying gasoline which crashed at Cele Bus Stop, Iju Waterworks area of Lagos on Thursday, according to rescuers, left about 15 persons with varying degrees of  burns. The Territorial Coordinator of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), Ibrahim Farinloye, said 16 vehicles were burnt beyond recognition while an event centre, a sawmill, two tricycles, two gas tankers and a church building were not spared by the fire. A man identified as Frank Anago said he sustained minor injuries as…

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People Feared Dead As Two Vehicles Go Up In Flames In Friday Night Tanker Explosion

Scene of the incident Vanguard reports that an unspecified number of persons are feared dead and two vehicles burnt in a late evening fire on Friday, when a tanker loaded with Premium Motor Spirit, PMS, suddenly engulfed in flames at Anthony inward Gbagada, Lagos State. According to the General Manager, Lagos State Emergency Management Agency, LASEMA, Dr. Femi Oke-Osanyintolu, “The agency responded to distress calls at about 10 45 pm, and upon arrival at the scene of incident, it was discovered that a tanker with unknown registration number conveying PMS…

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How People Pretending To Rescue Lagos Helicopter Crash Victims Stole Their Phones, Cash – Eyewitness

The man, who identified himself as John, told SaharaReporters that first responders, who rushed to the scene stole victims’ mobile phones and cash. According to SaharaReporters, a resident of Opebi Street in Lagos, who witnessed a helicopter accident in the area on Friday, has decried the lack of empathy by some Lagosians towards accident victims. The helicopter, a Bell 206, with registration number 5N BQW, belongs to Quorum Aviation, an air transportation and logistics company. It was coming from Port Harcourt, Rivers State, with two crew members and a passenger,…

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Drivers Disappear From Sight As Petrol Tanker Kills One In Lagos

Scene of a petrol tanker accident on Friday, August 7, 2020 in Mile 2, Lagos (Photo: LASEMA) In what will come across as a really shocking development, a yet-to-be-identified woman lost her life on Friday when a tanker crashed around the Nigerian Army Signal Barracks in the Mile 2 area of Lagos State. According to The PUNCH, the tanker driver was said to be conveying 55,000 litres of petrol to a destination in the state when he rammed into a pothole around 12.30 am and lost control of the vehicle…

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Nigerians react after Erica and Kiddwaya seemed to be having sex (Video)

Nigerians have stormed various social media platforms to react to the scene where Erica and Kiddwaya were captured, apparently having sex. The lovemaking scene has stirred reactions from fans who took to their Twitter page expressing disappointment at Erica for losing her self control on national TV. Some fans of the reality TV show although argued that there might be no form of penetration as there is every possibility the man was only touching her erogenous spots with his hands. [embedded content] Here are some comments gathered by from Twitter:…

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Horror! One Person Pulled Out Alive As Three-Storey Building Collapses In Lagos

It was gathered that emergency responders, who stormed the scene of the incident, rescued a yet-to-be-identified victim. Emergency responders at the scene of the incident According to a report by The PUNCH, a three-storey building has collapsed on Cemetery Street in the Ebute Metta area of Lagos State. It was gathered that emergency responders, who stormed the scene of the incident, rescued a yet-to-be-identified victim trapped in the rubble of the collapsed building. The Director-General of the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency, Olufemi Oke-Osanyintolu, while reacting to the development, said…

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Two Naval Officers Shot Dead In Kogi (Graphic Photos)

The scene of the incident It has been reported that no less than two naval officers, a male and a female, were shot dead by yet to be identified persons along the Lokoja-Okene Expressway in Kogi State today July 9. According to eyewitnesses, the incident occurred at about 6:00pm today. The officers were traveling in a Toyota Sienna bus when they were stopped by the gunmen who opened fire, killing them on the spot. This comes a few days after a Nigerian Army officer, GSM Abubakar, was killed along the…

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