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Sunday, March 15, 2020

Explosion Rocks Lagos + Number Of Casualties Unknown...

Pipeline Explosion rocked the Abule- Ado area of Lagos this Sunday Morning and there are reportedly a lot of casualties....
The true situation of the casualties is yet to be announced but a lot of houses were destroyed when the explosion occurred.

looks like a bomb explosion if you ask me!









55 comments:

  1. Oh Lord save your children

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  2. My God ๐Ÿ™†๐Ÿ™†๐Ÿ™†. My friend live around this place. Let me call her.

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  3. Where is Abule-Ado? Could this be the loud sound I heard at home this morning at Ayobo?

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    1. yes ma or sir,,u are on spot

      u need see my room now,,i couldnt go to church or move an inch,,the fan fell on me

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    2. Yes oo..It happened at abule soba very close to tradefair..The sound was so scary, everyone had to run out of the church

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    3. That was the sound, we felt it in Ago, everywhere was vibrating, the ceiling of the church building next to my house fell off, the roof of a building on my street pulled out.
      My neighbor whose daughter attends that Bethlehem school rushed to pick her daughter, when we called her, she said her daughter sustained minor injuries.
      May God continue to protect us, this is the handwork of vandals.

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    4. @ Mc Pinky. Sorry for the pain. Please try and get help. The Lord be with and strengthen you.

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    5. My heart almost left my body this morning when we felt the sound at Ijegun I just knew it will be something serious

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    6. Yes. I heard it even from Ayetoro Itele

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  4. Pipeline vandals at work

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  5. This happened this morning. Even though the house I'm in is miles away from that place, we felt the shaking when the explosion happened. like it shook all the houses seriously. I pray no life was lost in Jesus Mighty name

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    1. I think I heard it in Magodo but it kind of sounded like thunder. I knew it wasn’t thunder cos I was like where is this thump sound coming from.

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  6. you need to see my ceiling at home,,everything came down completely.

    i was on in bed when suddenly i heard that noise like an earthquake,,it was so bad.

    anyone who is staying at jakande estate of bucknor can testify to this let alone we staying at ijegun isheri

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    1. I can testify, I was scared,i thought it was bomb blast, I feel for those people staying in the North East

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    2. You're right. I live at Bucknor, thought it was thunder.

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  7. We heard it too at amuwo odofin too this morning. My sister said she thought trumpet has sounded. God please help people!

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    1. Heard it too @ Amuwo I started calling my siblings I thought rapture happened too

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  8. Dear Lord!!! I heard the sound and thought it as a trailer tyre that bursted at my bus -stop (alafia ) along Badagry expressway. Its even very far frm the abule ado( b4 trade fair). God, pls save your creation.

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  9. Hummmmm rocked my church David's Christian centre Amuwo, I ran as fast as my leg could carry me and came back when they said there was no cause for alarm, with my legs and hands shaking. Only to get to E-mart and heard it was a gas explosion around my niece's school. She was wounded with other students of the school. God help us o

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  10. I heard this sound here in Ayobo this morning. We were wondering what that could be.

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  11. This bomb blast, boko haram is in Lagos ooo

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  12. Hmm pipeline around homes? That's suicide.

    Normally people dont live near pipelines cos if it explodes, hmmm.

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  13. I heard the sound here at isolo, I was scared oh, I thought was bomb blast

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  14. What could have caused this one now? God please save your children

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  15. I heard the sound this morning at Canaanland Ota. May God help us o

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  16. Stella amount is used for money. Number of casualty is better

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  17. If I hear "pipeline explosion" there!! This one wey everybody for all parts of Lagos and even Ogun state hear and feel be like that Ikeja bomb blast wey happen that year. Make dem talk true biko. Abi bomb remix inside the pipeline ni? Pipeline explode for Amuwo Odofin, houses dey shake and vibrate for Maryland, Agege, Alimosho and Sango otta for Ogun state. Wehdon sir/ma. Nice try. Na the boarding school own dey worry me pass now. Awon omo olomo nitori Olorun!

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    1. What's this one saying? So you think people will jus lie that they heard it. I stay in Ogun State, Ayetoro-Itele to be precise. And i heard it too. We even thought it was rock blasting or something. If you don't have what to say, shut up! Not everyone lies like you.

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    2. I don't think she's calling anyone a liar. She meant the impact felt more like a bomb blast

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    3. Read to understand @Akwa chick. The anon isn't disputing that there was an explosion, only that it was a bomb blast and not pipeline explosion.

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    4. She is very correct! I live in Festac town and anyone close by will tell you what they heard & saw is most definitely a bomb blast. The soldiers around even said same. Pipeline my arse

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  18. Lord,save your children,terrible news today

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  19. I heard it in Ota, it was as if the ceiling wanted to drop. God help us.

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  20. Could it be the loud sound I heard around 9.00am this morning at Ebutemetta

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  21. Jesus? I heard the sound and thought that it was this gun they shoot from the ground and I stay around Alaba international.God please console the family that was affected

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  22. I heared a family lost her three children. This is a tragedy,please anyone leaving near pipelines should please relocate. May God provide the needed resources, amen

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  23. That means almost all our BV'S are Lagos State based, we all heard the sound and the shaking and sincerely, that thing no sound like pipeline to me ooo, I saw the video of the fire burning on the pipeline but the sound was more like someone tampered with the pipeline with a bomb.. may God continue to save us

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    1. I didn't hear any sound, I was around Yaba.....


      Emagbami ๐Ÿ˜ฏ๐Ÿ˜ฏ๐Ÿ˜ฏ๐Ÿ˜ฏ

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    2. I love in ikeja. I didn’t hear n sound. It’s well. God please help us, this 2020 is good in Jesus Name Amen

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  24. This was a bomb explosion. There have been helicopters flying above us since it happened. Fire is still burning seriously, scores of students killed , oh Stella!

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  25. Enter your comment...I hear am for ijoko ogun state

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  26. I was there last week to see a doctor,my fear is Bethlehem school,d blast even destroy thing in my home.I taught d last was within the estate here in festac,oh Lord save us,

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  27. Are we sure this is pipeline explosion or bomb explosion...? Gosh!

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  28. Stella something fishy is going on, how can they say is pipeline explosion, we stay at Amuwo odofin but was coming home from church of visitation Festac,the sound was so loud and terrifying.
    I think is a bomb because the ground shook. Rip to the dead,I heard there's lots of causality and property damages.

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  29. God please protect your children,amen

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  30. This sounds like a bomb explosion to me. But wait o, up till now no word from the authorities on what is actually going on and exactly what happened. Should people be evacuated from the area? Could there be more explosions? Have they certified the area safe for human habitation? Could there be a gas leak and can it still affect the people in the area? God please protect your children IJN.

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  31. Also heard the sound this morning. I live close to Atan, Ota. I stepped out to see what happened... but the neighborhood seemed at peace. I forgot all about it until now. May God help us.

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  32. I was in first gate at festac when I heard the sound everywhere was shaked we even thought that it was trailer tyre that burst may God please guide us from a bad victim

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  33. Abule ado is in satellite town after fin-niger bus stop, wnen going towards trade fair complex, am sure there is still a catholic church in the area. The area is where most of the oil companies built their housing estates. Lived there in the eighties and nineties. .... That was my bus stop, when I wanted when going to close 77 to visit my friends. God save the residents in the area and those affected. RIP............. Brings back memories

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