PHOTOS: Rival groups in Ajah, Lagos set community on fire over land dispute

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According to the report at press time, no life was recorded to have been lost in the Ajah community, but several properties worth millions of naira were destroyed.

Confirming the incident, Acting Head, Lagos State Fire Service, Mrs. Margret Adeseye, said though, the fire had been finally put out but normalcy was yet to return to the area.



Adeseye explained, “Lagos State Fire Service received a fire call on Saturday, 11th April, 2020 to 28/30 Church Street, Alesh Bus Stop, Eti- Osa Local Government, Ilaje, Ajah, Lagos.

“Stones, sachet water, bottled water of content like petrol were thrown into the fire in order to disturb firemen from putting out the fire.”…read the full story HERE.

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Land dispute destroyed houses in Ajah community

Some of the destroyed houses in the Ajah community. PHOTO: Olasunkonmi

Some of the things destroyed by the fire. PHOTO: Olasunkonmi Akoni

Land dispute destroyed houses in Ajah community

Some of the destroyed houses in the community. PHOTO: Olasunkonmi

Land dispute

Some of the destroyed houses in Ajah community. PHOTO: Olasunkonmi

Ajah destroyed houses

Some of the destroyed houses in Ajah community. PHOTO: Olasunkonmi Akoni

Some of the destroyed houses in the community

Some of the destroyed houses in the community. PHOTO: Olasunkonmi Akoni

Land dispute destroyed houses in Ajah community

Some of the destroyed houses in the community. PHOTO: Olasunkonmi Akoni

Vanguard News Nigeria.

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