#PrayForNigeria: Nigerians react to tanker explosion around Otedola bridge, Lagos-Ibadan expressway

Following the tanker exploded around Otedola bridge, Lagos-Ibadan expressway in Lagos state today, Nigerians have taken to the social media to express their displeasure over the high rate of death in the country.

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Ben Murray-Bruce @benmurraybruce:

“Sad scenes from Lagos. Sincere gratitude to our first responders. May God console families who have lost loved ones in the fire, and may their souls rest in peace. Sad!”


“Going through the shocking images of the Tanker explosion this evening at Otedola Roundabout.

Its really sad, deplorable and just unfortunate the spate of Tragedies in Nigeria at the moment.

May the rest of the dearly departed Rest in Peace.”

#PrayForNigeria 🇳🇬💔‏@Bhadoosky:

“Within a twinkle of an eye, a tanker carrying inflammable liquid caught fire along Otedola roundabout axis of Lagos-Ibadan expressway leading to burning of over 20 vehicles and yet to be known number of Human being. This is too much oh God. (28/6/2018).”
Funke Fatai 💓‏ @Phunky__

“Nine bodies recovered, 54 vehicles burnt Nine bodies have so far been recovered from the scene of the tanker fire that gutted vehicles on the Otedola bridge, along Lagos-Ibadan express way.”

Iceprince‏ @Iceprincezamani :

“May the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.”
DaddyMo PhD CEng 👑‏ @officialdaddymo:

“This life ehnnnn, they left their homes this morning and didn’t realize the impending danger and destruction that was lying in the cover of darkness.

May those who lost their lives Rest In Peace. May God comfort those who are in mourning over their loved ones and friends.”

Ruggedybaba Ruggedman @RuggedyBaba:

“How many times have we said “may their souls rest in peace” this year alone?”
 elaDUROTOYE‏ @feladurotoye

“There are NO WORDS to describe the pain and devastation we feel tonight as several lives were lost and vehicles destroyed in a tanker explosion in Lagos.
Our hearts are overwhelmed by such an avoidable tragedy.
May the souls of our brothers and sisters Rest In Peace.”

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