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Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Bullion Van Loaded With Millions Of Naira Catches Fire In Lagos

A bullion van loaded with an unspecified amount of Money Went Up in flames on Tuesday Around 2:30 pm under Ojota bridge, Lagos.




Report indicates the van was driving inward toll gate, apparently to disburse the money in some banks when the unexpected happened. The exact cause of the fire which could not be immediately ascertained.


An eye witness , Mrs Moji Maitani, said: “I was driving home when all of a sudden the vehicle directly in front of me veered to another lane. I quickly applied the break to avoid what the motorist attempted to dodge, only to discover that a vehicle was on fire. On further observation, it was discovered to be a bullion van. Its occupants rushed out and were flagging other motorists to demand for fire extinguisher. But I could not stop, in order not to be trapped in any disaster.”


Some eye witnesses said that the money stalked inside the van was completely burnt as the escorts could not go near the van, owing to the flames. Others however, said that some cash was evacuated before the van was engulfed by fire.


Managing Director, Lagos State Emergency Management Emergency, LASEMA Mr Tiamiyu Adesina who confirmed the incident, said officials of Lagos State Fire Service arrived the scene to put out the fire.


-From Vanguardngr


*That is if there was money inside it ohhhh...ehen,before we will come and hear 30billion was inside the bullion van.


22 comments:

  1. I don't think there's money inside..of not they would have done something to put out the fire

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  2. Exactly my thought Stella. Are they sure they didn't plan it? Anything is possible in nigeria these day.

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  3. Stel, exactly, in order to divert the monies, aka money laundering.

    Una good morning...

    chim-oma a.k.a. Miss Kapusu

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  4. Hope they won't lie that a certain amount is inside to cover up some already stolen money.

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  5. Stel, exactly, in order to divert the monies, aka money laundering.
    When they think that they are wise.

    Una good morning...

    chim-oma a.k.a. Miss Kapusu

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  6. Some persons ve just become rich๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜…Chai. But they won't go free,I trust that the police would want to get their share๐Ÿ˜†

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  7. Choi! Stella leave these people o! Them go talk say billions dey inside, watch these people, they will spin it to suit their nefarious plans...

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  8. I have always thought that those bullion vans were fire proof.

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  9. I dont know if i should ๐Ÿ˜€ or ๐Ÿ˜ฃ.
    No be police? Anything is possible with them.

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  10. Is that so ๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ˜ƒ bullion van caught fire๐Ÿค” is someone trying to cover their thieving ass..Hehe, anyway it is well thank God no life was lost

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  11. I smell a rat and a big one at that

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  12. Hmmmm this story sha. It is sounding somehow to my ears. Hope some shady meetings have not gone down before it caught fire.

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  13. I don't want to believe this story, hmmmm

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  14. Hope its not tarty billion thats burning oo

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  15. Some one just got rich.

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  16. Are you sure the driver ND escort hv not move the money away ND put the van on fire for an untraceable evidence. Cos I don't trust Dem oooo

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  17. I hope the money have not been diverted before the fire started ๐Ÿค“ anything for the money in Nigeria

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  18. Dear Stella,

    This news has flooded almost all Nigerian blogs since yesterday, but im still in shock at its caption " BULLION VAN LOADED WITH MILLION CATCHES FIRE".

    For goodness sake, there was no money in the van as the back door was seen wide open as all its content was evacuated.

    I was there when the fire was very little before getting to the back, and even recorded a video.


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