Three die, nine rescued from collapsed Lagos three-storey building
Three persons, yesterday, died, when a three-storey building collapsed at No. 7, Freeman Street, Lagos Island. Nine persons were lucky to have been rescued alive.
Hoodlums vandalise pipeline at Aboru for fuel theft – LASEMA
The Director-General, Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA), Dr Olufemi Oke-Osanyintolu, says hoodlums have vandalised pipeline at Aboru, Iyan-Ipaja, for fuel theft.
Residents seek action as flood sacks Lagos communities
It was open heavens all through the weekend as Lagos, the state of aquatic splendor, reeled under the deluge of floods, as communities were submerged, drains blocked and homes sacked.
19-year-old flood victim buried near canal in Surulere, Lagos
The Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA), says the remains of the 19-year-old teenager who was swept away by flood on June 22, near Surulere Low-Cost Housing Estate has been recovered and buried beside the Canal at Onilegogoro.
Flood sweeps four-year-old girl, displaces over 20 families in Lagos
Lagos residents, yesterday, recorded another tragedy as a four-year-old girl was swept away, a building collapsed and residents battled heavy flood after a downpour that lasted...
Lagos to reintegrate victims of Abule-Egba pipeline fire into society
The Lagos State Government is set to reintegrate victims of the Abule Egba pipeline fire incidence back into the society by end of June 2020 .
One dies, two sustained injuries in Lekki-Epe accident
*As fire razes billion naira worth goods in Shomolu market A yet to be identified man lost his life in an along the Lekki-Epe Expressway when a truck rammed into his car. Also, the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA) said as at this morning, it is still battling to put out a raging fire…
LASEMA averts another collapsed building tragedy
in swift response to reports on a distressed two-storey building located at Olaosun close, by Abati Barracks, off Western Avenue in Surulere axis of Lagos, Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA) Response Team in collaboration with officials from the Lagos State Building Control Agency, LASBCA, conducted a controlled demolition of the defective structure after due diligence, outcome of several tests and approval by the Honourable Commissioner, Ministry of Physical Planning.