- Some residents of Lagos state have lost their belongings after fire gutted part of an estate in Ojodu Berger axis
- According to reports, the fire incident started from a business man's apartment, a claim rejected by the accused
- Meanwhile, eye witness say no life was lost in the incident that occurred on the night of November 24
Some residents of River Valley Estate in Ojodu Berger area of Lagos state have lost millions worth of property following a late night fire incident.
According to reports, the fire incident was said to have started from the flat of an Abuja based business man who deals in optical lenses and eye wears.
He used the apartment as a warehouse and had about two containers worth of good stocked in the flat. He was said to have packed the cartons of eye wears up to the ceiling in his apartment.
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He however debunked this allegation by saying he didn't own a gas in the kitchen as the toilet and kitchen were piled with goods as well.
Meanwhile he was said to have a bed in one of the rooms.
According to him, at the time the fire services got there, his room was not totally engulfed with the fire. He said a container of those goods was about $400,000.
Speaking on his losses, he said he is still standing by the grace of God.
Meanwhile, no life was lost in the fire incident.
Residents cry out as bandits stage fresh move, mount road block, collect taxes in Zamfara
Meanwhile, the residents of Magami in Gusau Local Government Area of Zamfara state have raised the alarm over worsening security, begging the government for help to save their communities from the rampaging bandits that have imposed levies on them.
According to them, the bandits normally mount roadblock to collect the levies, lamenting that whosoever fail to pay the levy, the bandits would either destroy such person’s farm or he or she would be abducted.
However, the newspaper stated further that the State Police Command has denied the report, saying no complaints had been made before it of any destruction of farmland by the bandits.
Source: Legit Newspaper