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Sunday, June 18, 2017

Exclusive Photos - Fire Guts General Diya’s Ikeja Residence

The Ikeja, Lagos residence of former Chief of General Staff, retired Lt. General Oladipo Diya, has been gutted by fire.


According to eye witness report,The fire started around 4:45pm on Saturday, and it has not been ascertained what caused it but eye witness report says it took 7hours to put out !!.. 

Commissioner of Police, Lasema boss, LRU boss and some senior military officers were present as fire fighters struggled to put out the fire.







No one was hurt but the damage was massive!


23 comments:

  1. It's not exclusive jare





    *Larry was here*

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    1. It is joo. You see anybody else with bafroom pictures ?

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  2. Yes o can see that. Toooo badt!

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    1. Stella I raise hands for you. Always with the Exclusive! And you don't even chant it!

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  3. Structural and property damage is extensive. Wow the house was razed down! Africa sef, no home insurance that will pay for the damage and even rehabilitate the family somewhere else for some time.

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  4. Hope no life was lost??
    So sad,!!!

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    1. Did you see this written in the English language :No one was hurt but the damage was massive!

      Una go look picture, quick form story for head then rush to comment make you for mark present for register. Kikikikiki

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  5. North Dakota Siobhan18 June 2017 at 13:27

    Oh my!
    Fire is indeed a monster..
    Such massive loss.

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  6. Gen.Diya, my before before boyfriend, before an evil friend destroyed the relationship

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    1. Omotola you won't keep quite, if they come for you now you go begin chant like a wet fowl

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    2. Queen Amy why don't you make me worry about that???????? What chant are you talking about¿?????? If you have nothing sensible to type, take ur epileptic fingers off the keyboard, quit churning hogwash and do your self the favour of sleeping..

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  7. Na waooo
    No be small thing o

    Thank God no life was lost!

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  8. What must have caused the fire?! Thank God no one was hurt

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  9. This is massive,praise be to God, no live was lost.

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  10. This damage is massive. Thanks God no life was lost.

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  11. Thank God there was no life lost.

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  12. The damage is bad ohh and probably fire service didn't respond on time, no need for blames now tho

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  13. Massive damage. The smoke was thick, real thick. Looks like it's arson because the whole structure was burning at the same time.

    Thank God no life was lost. E pele to The Diyas.

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