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Saturday, 8 July 2017

Exclusive Photos Of Jakande Estate In Ajah Flooded By Rain...

It's been raining for four days non stop in Lagos and this the present state of Jakande Estate in Ajah.....
People have been rendered homeless....










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96 comments:

  1. It was like this in the days of Noah...

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    1. I was at Ojo barracks earlier today, the whole place was flooded,no drainage system was constructed in the whole barracks. I heard that it is the biggest in Africa. Our government is not trying when it comes to project planning and execution, it's not just about constructing road

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    2. Really? Were you there?

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    3. Everywhere in Lagos is flooded including the mainland. It took me 4and a half hours from surulere to VI today cos of traffic caused by flood. It's not perculiar to Lekki. It's just that other areas will drain faster than Lekki when the rain finally stops.

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    4. Jakande is in Lekki not Ajah. Ajah fortunately isn't flooded

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    5. Chai. ..
      People's G- wagon, range rover,4matic dem!!!!

      Ahhhhh is it to start replacing engine or buy new car?

      Oluwa oooooo

      Somebody should sue the government and the road contractor, who constructs a road without drainage?
      Ah!!! πŸ™†πŸ™†πŸ™†πŸ™†πŸ™†πŸ™†

      People's Toyota ooooo!

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    6. It's been raining for eight days now. From Saturday.


      I hate this weather.

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    7. Who says ajah isnt flooded? Come to ajah and see for yourself.

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    8. In other areas it is called flash floods. Btw, its not all areas of the mainland that are flooded oh. All the high areas are not flooded. We all see the rain fall, we don't experience flood. But in all I sympathise with people caught in this. Flood experience is not a nice one one bit.

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  2. Am a bigs girls I live in Lekki. Abeg how Chevron be o! I get property with that IDIOT Richard (Lekki gardens) is that place affected too? Where r those ones calling us Ikeja girls ratchet? Hahahhahahahahhahhaha

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    1. Abba nw even if u want to abuse dem u say it codedly nw.Lolz

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    2. Oh shut up. Everything is not for jokes and mocking people. Just keep your gutters mouth shut. How insensitive!

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    3. How insensitive can you be! This flood did not only affect the rich. There are middle-class people/poor people who also live there. You are happy because people have lost their homes and properties. Smh

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  3. The drainage system is Lagos is just on 0%. Not making sense at all. Na wa!

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    1. My thoughts are with this people, my uncle trekked from Law School to Marwa in Lekki today, God knows I prefer mainland




      *Larry was here*

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    2. Omg!
      True blood lovers. Lafayette is DEAD!
      😒😒

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  4. This is more than serious

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  5. Which people are homeless.
    The rains have been bad and flood everywhere but I don't know of that homeless bit.
    My side hasn't been that bad. No floods at all in my estate. But I know VGC and lekki phase1 has been bad.
    Then the traffic today has been 2nd to none.

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    1. I've seen pics. Some really pretty houses with furniture swimming. No flood in my estate sha. And I'm on a personal house arrest.


      We sha had to cancel a friend's bday dinner cos the venue in vi is flooded outside. How can we we go and slay inside potopoto? And her boo came in from UK yesterday - as a surprise. We are thinking he wants to propose. Hopefully he doesn't think this is a sign πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    2. Speak for yourself. Some pple have been forced to evacuate their homes. I know pple who had bedrooms and living rooms inside the house flooded with water and some pple have since left heir homes to lodge in a Hotel. It's really bad

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    3. AAA PHEE CEE!
      ROW YOUR BOATS!

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    4. My estate is not flooded too. I lost count of the phone calls and messages I received today from people asking if I'm safe.

      Chikito me I comot for house oh. I just got home sef.
      Ahmadu Bello way VI is temporary closed.

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    5. Please is Oniru flooded too?

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  6. Stella even in lekki phase one here too same thing

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    1. Which part of phase 1? My area is not flooded

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    2. Attache and wannabe,tell me the part of lekki phase one that is not flooded as at now.

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  7. Na wa o,Gov. Ambode how far?

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  8. Stella that's not Ajah nau! Ajah is still down down. This picture never even reach chevron, see house on the rock building one side. Anyhoo, I'm indoors today because even VI is flooded. Who has seen that video of a white man paddling canoe on Ahmadu Bello way? Just infront of silverbird. Crazy!

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    1. VGC is worse

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    2. I saw the video. Did you see the flood in Federal palace? Terrible. Heard the road has been closed

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  9. VGC is terrible! I'm here looking out wondering how I'm going to go out on Monday.

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      Just chill!! Monday ke? I'm sure it will drain out by tomorrow.

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    2. Awwww so sorry dear. Leave lag and relocate to somewhere else jor.πŸ˜’πŸ˜œ

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  10. Blocked drainages by us, undredged canal by govt, broken promises by LG councillors. Make your votes count and accountable. Recall sit and chop alone Senators and representatives

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  11. They are lucky the water is clean
    At least u can wash ur tears n swim in it. Come to asaba and see shit water.
    This kinda thing once brought tears to my ears, came back from work and all my kpomo left my pot of soup n were swiming on top the dirty water that entered our house.
    Nigeria go better!!!

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    1. Kpomo πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Jesu! πŸ™† Was there shaki too? Sorry you hear.

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    2. Hahahahahaha. Lord dis is funny. Eya. Kpele.

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    3. Lols😭😭😭😭😭

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    4. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ gosh!!!!
      You're crazy!

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    5. Hahahahahaha, I'm sorry but I had to laugh

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  12. Ajah has always been like that during rainy season.
    My old area.

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    1. Say what you know, ajah wasn't even flooded. This is jakande just after lekki area!

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  13. Iya Oshoronga of Blogosphere8 July 2017 at 19:09

    Lekki was almost submerged today, my estate was not flooded but the roads leading out to the main express, Lord have mercy, so many cars broke down, we are VIP and this should not be happening to our environment. For the people laughing at lekki residents and creating all sorts of memes online thinking it is 'funny' all i have to tell you is that this flooding problem will eventually be fixed and even if the prices of homes crash in this part of lagos, you all laughing will never be able to afford it. You are free to abuse your mothers and grandmothers under my comment.

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    1. Laughing at who? Abeggy. The flooding is state-wide. We are in a peninsula so it would naturally start here. Did we not see Awka yesterday? Just stay indoors, have tea and read some books.

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    2. Why take it personal? Making memes about a current situation is not new. Laugh and waka pass. Or are your properties swimming on water? Dont worry this too shall pass.

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    3. Iya don't mind them. They are mad cos they can't even afford the rent. Please who has seen La Fresh? Hope she didn't go out today?

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    4. Hahahahahahaha.
      It ain't that serious.
      Don't mind them even mainland and outside Lagos gets flooded. Did we not see somewhere flooded in the East yesterday.
      I don't let such things bother me. Everyone has right to live anyway they want to live. It's a thing of choice.

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    5. Anon I went out. No floid in my part of lekki phase 1

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    6. Big time liar,lekki phase one is flooded!

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  14. It is serious here o



    @Anonymous Orubebe

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  15. This doesn't look like an estate tho,they should come see our zoo estate in enugu*tongueout

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  16. This is so sad

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  17. Islanders how market ? Greetings from egbeda

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    1. Egbeda? That one is ogun state nau. Lol

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    2. Greetings to you too πŸ‘‹ *splashes all the water that touched northie on you*

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  18. This life sha! Lord I thank you from moving my Family and I from grass to grace. We once lived in such a place, and during the rainy season my, family will move down to the village because of the flood... but now, it's a different story entirely(Oghene Digwo)
    By the way peeps, guess where I am posting this comment from

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  19. At the risk of sounding insensitive. Good for them.

    This happens every year.

    Nigerians never learn.

    You already know your drainage systems are filled with all the junk you throw into it.

    Pure water nylons, empty containers, bottles, plastic packs etc.
    It's not just any Island thing it's all over Lagos. Ogba, Allen, Yaba etc.

    Instead of you to channel your energy and see how these can be cleared before the rainy season starts, you wii prefer to spend all your energy chattering away on bbn. Petition local government chairmen to ensure these drainages are covered. Instead you will be canvassing for votes for Big Brother Naija.

    Loll, keep suffering then,lousy dolts, it looks good on y'all.

    Next year it will still be the same. I hope it rains heavily non stop for the next 2 weeks.

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    1. God bless you anonymous!
      I was watching a Yoruba movie online (though, it took me about five days to finish it), I saw one of the actor disposing the sachets of the biscuit she ate on the road just like that.
      I was shocked that an actor could do such a disgusting thing.
      Back then, my dad will never allowed us to throw things outside, he always say; cleanliness is nearest to godliness.

      People throw things on the street anyhow in Nigeria, those trash go the gutters and drainage. It blocks the sewage and during the rainy season it turns to a curse on them.

      Don't let it happened before you cry out.

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    2. πŸ‘ŠπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

      We don't have our priorities right in this country.
      Or maybe we don't even know what they are.

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    3. Wickettt anon. Kikiki! Issa pity!

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    4. A great pity.

      Even now they've turned it into sharing memes and jokes on Social media. There's something wrong, totally broken down with Nigerians ability to objectively reason.

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  20. Saw a video of a white man in his canoe abi boat rowing away, I think in Lekki or so...lmaoooo...I trust those people, no time to look Uche face.
    My island peeps, it is well.

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  21. Lagos nawa
    Who remember that movie?

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  22. That is nothing compared to the flood in lekki phase one to ikate.I trekked from vi to ikate,with water above my ankle.its not funny at all.cars were at a stand still.commercial vehicles refused to go, cos where the road they wan pass?
    The road was free from new road bustop to Ajah.
    I don't want to remember the kinda things I saw floating in the flood today.including a dead rat!
    I soaked myself in dettol when I got home.
    I think I have had it with Lagos!

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    1. stay away from electric poles and lines o

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    2. Sorry dear.

      I even heard they caught an alligator swimming too.

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    3. Lol pipilicious pipi..it was an exodus.

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  23. I really feel for them mehn. Lagos State govt should take appropriate measures.

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  24. Do you all now live in lekki and VGC?

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    1. Anemenu Anakoeri

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    2. Yes! We all do.
      Next!

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    3. How that one day take concern you?

      Face your book.

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  25. Anonymous 19.49 you said it all. Thanks. EVERY YEAR THE SAME THING HAPPENS. Look at all the canals and drains full of grass and junk

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  26. Stella is right o.my place is at Labora Abijo in Ibeju Lekki.As am talking now it was canoe dat we called to help carry us out.Flood has taken over our Estate.Palmsbay Estate,Labora,Abijo.Behinde G.R.A.we have lost all our properties to flood.Pls Gov.Ambode shd come to our aid.

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  27. Please this is not Ajah. That's by Jakande 1st gate area,Lekki. Ajah isn't even flooded.

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  28. Suddenly everyone now lives in lekkiπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  29. I was only bothered about the weather because of my health now I'm scared for people's life. Rain has started again this morning.

    Make I go ready for church jare.

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  30. Heavy rain in my area too...but thankGod no flood oh

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  31. Its been raining since morning again, flooding continues

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  32. It's amazing that people that mocking people on the island, I just don't understand it, when natural disasters like this happen abroad, the citizens from other parts starts a hashtag to help people involved to raise awareness and help the situation but in my country, it will never happen..... we don't care about our Neighbour, we don't love one another, everything is competition. That's why things won't change because every migerian cares for only himself/herself.

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    1. Leave them. When the average IQ from that country is 67 what do you expect. It's still higher than I thought sef.

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