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LASEMA demolishes buildings gutted by fire in Lagos
Vanguard News  - The Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA) said 30 shops, six bungalows destroyed by fire on Saturday afternoon in Lagos had been pulled down.

2 days ago
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Nigerian Tribune:
Tribune Online LASEMA demolishes buildings gutted by fire in Lagos The Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA) said 30 shops, six bungalows destroyed by fire on Saturday afternoon in Lagos had been pulled down.
The Punch:
Afeez Hanafi Seven residential buildings and 30 adjoining shops were destroyed on Saturday by a fire that broke out at a market on Ladipo Street, Mushin area of Lagos State. It was learnt that th...
Sahara Reporters:
Items worth millions of naira were destroyed on Saturday when fire razed a foam market in the Mushin Local Government Area of Lagos State. The fire, which reportedly started around 1:00pm, was said to have started at number 16, Ladipo Street in Mushin.
Channels Television:
Tragedy struck in Mushin Local Government Area of Lagos State when fire razed a mattress market in the community. The Lagos State Emergency  Management Agency (LASEMA) confirmed the incident to journalists.
The Nation:
Precious Igbonwelundu  FIRE on Saturday razed at least seven buildings and 30 shops at popular Ladipo Street in Mushin, Lagos. The inferno, which started around 3pm inside a mattress shop at 16, Ladipo  Street, was said to have rapidly spread to other ...
Premium Times:
The agency said the cause of the fire is yet to be ascertained. No fewer than 30 shops have been razed in a fire outbreak at Ladipo Street, Mushin mattress market, Lagos.
TVC News:
An inferno razed a mattress market in Mushin Local Government Area of Lagos State on Saturday. According to the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency, the fire started at about 1pm at 16, Ladipo Street in Mushin. The Director-General of the agency, ...
Today:
Fire gutted a foam market in the Mushin Local Government Area of Lagos State on Saturday.
My Celebrity & I:
Properties worth millions of Naira have been lost after fire gutted a section of the popular foam market in Mushin, Lagos state today August 1. Men of the Lagos state fire service are on ground to put out the fire.
The Eagle Online:
The Director-General, LASEMA, Dr. Olufemi Oke-Osanyintolu, made this known after the LASEMA Response Team, Lagos State Fire Service and other agencies put out the fire which started at 2pm
Pulse Nigeria:
A joint team of emergency responders extinguished the fire before it escalated to more adjoining buildings.
Top Naija:
Not less than seven residential buildings and 30 adjoining shops were destroyed on Saturday by a fire that broke out at a market on Ladipo Street, Mushin area of Lagos State, TopNaija reports.
The Street Journal:
The Enugu State Government has demolished a sinking three-storey building within the Maryland Layout axis of Enugu South Local Government Area, Enugu metropolis.
NPO Reports:
Breaking! Fire Guts Form Market in Mushin
Online Nigeria:
The incident happened around 1pm at 16, Ladipo Street in Mushin, said Spokesperson for the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency, Nosa Okunbor. The scene of the incident Fire gutted a foam market in the Mushin Local Government Area of Lagos State on ...
Mojidelano:
Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA) has said 30 shops and six bungalows destroyed by fire on Saturday afternoon in the state have been pulled down.
Within Nigeria:
Atleast seven buildings and 30 shops have been razed by fire on Saturday at popular Ladipo street in Mushin, Lagos. WITHIN NIGERIA learnt that the fire started around 3pm inside a mattress shop at 16, Ladipo street.
1st for Credible News:
Traders in Mushin market, Lagos were thrown into mourning as goods worth millions of naira was gutted by fire. This happened in the popular foam market in Mushin, Lagos State on the afternoon of Saturday, August 1.
iExclusive News:
— Fire guts popular foam market in Mushin, Fire guts popular foam market in Mushin,Lagos state, today, August 1. The cause of the fire, however, is yet unknown.
Edujandon:
Fire gutted a foam market in the Mushin Local Government Area of Lagos State on Saturday. The incident happened around 1pm at 16, Ladipo Street in Mushin, said Spokesperson for the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency, Nosa Okunbor.. He added that ...
Wotzup NG:
Properties worth millions of Naira have been destroyed after fire gutted a section of the popular foam market in Mushin, Lagos State today August 1. Men of the Lagos state fire service are on ground to put out the fire.
Dee Reporters:
Fire engulfy a foam market in the Mushin Local Government Area of Lagos State on Saturday. The incident happened about 1pm at 16, Ladipo Street in Mushin, said Spokesperson for the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency, Nosa Okunbor. He added that ...
Aledeh:
There was a fire outbreak at a foam market in Mushin, Lagos State on Saturday. The incident was confirmed in a statement signed by the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA) Director-General, Dr. Olufemi Oke-Osanyintolu. He noted that there ...
Naija on Point:
ADVERTISEMENT On August 1, a fierce fire that broke out at the famous foam market in Mushin, Lagos State has destroyed properties amounting to millions of Naira. Currently, firemen from Lagos State are making efforts to put out the fire.


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