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Thursday, 13 July 2017

Flood: Lagos state government officials clear blocked drainages in Lekki (photos)

In a bid to avert a repeat of last weekend's incident where parts of the state was seriously flooded, officials of the Lagos state Ministry of Environment today began the clearing of all blocked drainages in the Lekki area of the state. More photos after the cut...


18 comments:

Ike Louisa said...

Good work

Anonymous said...

Finally they are doing something about it, the flood only goes to show how poor our maintenance system is jore.

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Everyone is fed up about their many excuses already. next year it will still be the same flood excuse.

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Oghenetega said...

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9ja Parrot said...

Good! But why is that man inside the canal not minding infections? It is better to use excavator.

Anonymous said...

Too little too late! Something called prevention.

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Nice.

Godson said...

Under fashola. they clear quarterly.

ogbonna nwabueze said...

Those things were dumped by Lagosians and when it happened every one is crying.i saw a woman dumping her refuses on the street when it was raining sometime ago.let learn form our mistakes so it's doesn't happen again

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no said...

Not only the island are affected and the mainland need to be cleared too. But the only way is for government to improvised a dumb basket and strictly monitor the dumps that get into it. I know must drainage is full of recycled materials been sold on the road .

Udolisa Ugochukwu said...

Welldone LASG...work in progress

Anonymous said...

*BREAKING NEWS*

"We have to be very prayerful in Nigeria these days because of calamity the heavy rain is causing.

A married man was found today on the bed of a single girl that lives 3-streets away from his house. He claimed it was flood that carried him away & put him on the girl's bed.
Men need to stop going out in the rain to avoid being carried by flood to somebody's bed.

Anonymous said...

*BREAKING NEWS*

"We have to be very prayerful in Nigeria these days because of calamity the heavy rain is causing.

A married man was found today on the bed of a single girl that lives 3-streets away from his house. He claimed it was flood that carried him away & put him on the girl's bed.
Men need to stop going out in the rain to avoid being carried by flood to somebody's bed.

Anonymous said...

This should be done regularly not just when the rain has opened your backside. There needs to be an increase in garbage collection especially around markets. When our people don't see garbage truck they throw their rubbish into the drainage channels.

Anonymous said...

I have observed that Lagos is only working in V.i. and Lekki, what of other areas. Please come to ADDO ROAD,all the drainage is blocked.Only God is saving us.

Adetola Odukoya said...

Its obvious that its a block drainage and block water way issue.its good that they arevclearing the drainages.however i feel.the state governmenr should carry out a survey of houses built of sewage and waste water path way to the lagoons etc

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