Tragedy was averted Lagos State Emergency Management Agency LASEMA, rescued a total of 10 persons after their boat capsized.
According to reports, no life was lost after a boat capsized at Marine Police Head-quarter, Awolowo Road, Ikoyi on Tuesday night July 28.
The boat while en route to Ikoyi from Ilashe collided with an unidentified substance. A total of 10 persons(9 Adult males and a female) were affected and were rescued alive by the Marine Police in conjunction with LASEMA Response team as no life was lost. The names of the victims are as follows
Ogungbe Taiwo(Captain of the Boat)
Anjadick Emmanuel Isah
Owoyemi Taiwo Peter
Lawal Gbolahan and
The second boat was recovered from the sea ten minutes after the first one which had 7 victims on board and the whole number of victims rescued now 17 in number ( 16 Males and 1 female).
Popular Nollywood actress, Esther Ene Audu Ojire and her husband, Phillip Ojire are celebrating their fourth traditional wedding anniversary.
Esther took to her Instagram page and wrote:
"This day 4yrs ago, my bride price was paid by this awesome man and his family. It’s been God all the way, thank you so much for going on this journey with me, you are the best companion and life partner, I love how I love you
Let me leave the remaining things I have to say for tomorrow
HAPPY TRAD-ANNIVERSARY TO US"
Esther Ene and Phillip Ojire got married tradditionally in 2016. Phillip Ojire is the founder of popular Shirt company, Shirt Freak
Nollywood Actress, Esther Ene via her verified social media page celebrates her 4th traditional wedding anniversary with her hubby.
The excited actress thanked God as she pours praises on her hubby for paying her bride price in full.
''This day 4yrs ago, my bride price was paid by this awesome man and his family. It’s been God all the way, thank you so much for going on this journey with me, you are the best companion and life partner, I love how I love you. Let me leave the remaining things I have to say for tomorrow. HAPPY TRAD-ANNIVERSARY TO US''
Several have been killed while many shops were burnt in a gas explosion in Ajao Estate, Lagos.
The state emergency management agency (LASEMA) Director-General Dr Olufemi Oke-Osanyintolu who confirmed the accident on Tuesday said two bodies were retrieved from the debris.
Oke-Osanyintolu said that investigation revealed that the explosion originated from a shop where they were using gas.
He said a total of nine shops were affected by the fire, adding that the fire had been extinguished by the combined efforts of LASEMA Response Unit (LRU) and Lagos State Fire Service.
Also speaking on the incident acting Coordinator of Lagos Office of National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) identified simply as Farinloye also confirmed the incident.