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PHOTOS: Again, flood wreaks havoc in Lagos

PHOTOS: Again, flood wreaks havoc in Lagos
October 20
18:55 2019
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For the second weekend in a row, residents of Lagos were trapped in their homes or spent hours in traffic as a result of flood.

The showers continued non-stop on Sunday, affecting people in different parts of Nigeria’s most populous city.

On Friday, when the Lagos state government alerted residents of Ikoyi, VI and some other parts of the state that flood could last throughout the weekend, some people took it as news but those in Egbeda, Ikeja, Iyano-Ipaja, Ayobo, among others were affected by flood.

Below are some pictures:

 

Vehicles making their way through a flooded road in Ikeja

A water-logged street in Egbeda

‘River’ Ayobo

The ever-busy Gbagada-Oworonshoki expressway

This is what Iyana Ipaja looked like on Sunday afternoon

The Maryland tunnel axis of Ikorodu road

Ijegun Imore

Bikes on a flooded street in Ikorodu

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