Below is a photo story of how a young woman who was trapped in mud under the third mainland bridge was rescued today by Lagos state Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA).
The woman was rescued from the mud where the sand filling of the Oworonsoki end of the Third mainland bridge is currently been landfilled.
LASEMA official rescued the woman from the mud alive.
A destitute was also rescued from almost the same spot some weeks ago in December 2017.
Six persons have been killed by suspected herdsmen in a set of renewed attacks on communities in Logo, Guma and Okpokwu Local Government Areas of Benue State, according to Channels Television.
The sad incident was confirmed by Governor Samuel Ortom on Wednesday at the Government House in Makurdi, the state capital.
Revealing details of the incident while receiving a former military administrator of the state, Brigadier General Dominic Oneya (rtd), who led a delegation on a condolence, Ortom said two women were reported killed in Guma LGA and two persons in Logo on Tuesday, stressing that pockets of killings were still going on.
He confirmed another set of killings by suspected herdsmen in Odidi and Ojokpailo in Okpokwu LGA.
The Governor reiterated his call on security agencies to arrest the leadership of Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore whom he alleged were still issuing threats of resisting implementation of the Open Grazing...
Chaos reportedly erupted in Abule Egba this morning after Customs officials shot and killed one man, Punch reports.
The officers had reportedly chased down a yellow danfo bus containing suspected rice smugglers and opened fire.
The officials were said to have fled the scene after shooting the man, leaving the body on the scene.
Angry youths reportedly protested the shooting setting up bonfires and disrupting the peace.
The police Rapid Response Squad announced on Twitter that policemen had arrived the scene, and the area is now calm.
See photos from the scene below: