- Another accident has occurred on Otedola bridge
- The fatal accident which took place on Thursday, May 21, has reportedly left some persons dead
- The tragic occurrence has also caused a gridlock along the famous bridge
Emerging reports indicate that there has been another gruesome accident on the famous Otedola bridge along the Lagos-Ibadan expressway on Thursday, May 21.
According to The Nation, the accident which took place at the lane leading to Berger has reportedly left many persons dead.
Moreover, the tragedy has caused serious gridlock that extended to the road linking the Lagos state secretariat in Alausa.
However, emergency workers have been reported to be at the scene trying to contain the situation as well as prevent a fire outbreak.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) headquarters in Maitama, Abuja, had been gutted by fire.
Legit.ng gathered that the last floor of the seven-story building was engulfed in flames destroying valuables and other items on the premises.
The cause of the fire was yet to be ascertained as at the time of filing the report. However, firefighters arrived at the building to put out the fire.
This incident came almost a week after the office of the Accountant General of the Federation (AGF) was on fire. It was gathered that the Federal Fire Service (FFS) successfully extinguished the fire.
The FFS's public relation’s office in a post on its official Facebook page showed the building and its officials as well as their fire fighting trucks in pictures.
The cause of the fire was not immediately known even as workers were at home observing the lockdown directive.
It was gathered that the fire started from around the third floor, razing the building upwards including the accountant-general office and most of the important offices.
In another post, Legit.ng also reported that the mammy market located at the Mogadishu cantonment popularity known as Abacha barracks in Abuja was on Wednesday morning, February 12, gutted by fire.
Officials Federal Capital Territory (FCT) fire service along with their counterparts in the Nigerian Navy and the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) worked together to put the fire out.
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