– An unexplainable fire incident has occurred at the Ilase beach in Lagos
– In a trending clip, the fire raged from the water to the surprise of onlookers
– Nigerians have expressed concern over the incident while some passed funny remarks on it
The Ilase beach located in the creek of Badagry, Lagos state has recently been caught by fire.
In a video making the rounds across social media platforms, the raging fire formed a thick tall cloud of smoke.
Sharing the clip on Instagram, @kingtundeednut wondered what could have been responsible for the incident as he noted a similar occurrence in another African country.
”Similar fire on water occurrence that happened in Lagos also happened somewhere in Rwanda yesterday. SLIDE ONE is Rwanda, while SLIDE TWO is Lagos. What’s happening? What sign is this?”
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Nigerians have expressed concern over the incident, many others tried to give reasons why a beach may be gutted by fire.
There were those who found it hilarious, going by their comments.
“It’s a sign that it’s time to strengthen diversification of the economy. The creative sector needs more attention and investment. Also, Africa needs to be more United now more than ever.”
“Something is falling from outer space.. trust me alien ship or something.”
“its an underwater movement of the earth’s tectonic plates causing a rapid increase in temperature and resulting burst of underwater molten magma.”
“Even Water and fire are trying to make it work. Abi I should go back to my ex and make it work?”
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the presidency has finally reacted to claims of fire outbreak in Aso Rock.
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In a tweet on Sunday, March 7, a presidential media aide, Garba Shehu, denied the claim and stated clearly that there was no such incident at the villa.
“People in the country and even abroad have been expressing concerns over reports of a fire incident in Aso Rock Villa, the seat of the Nigerian government.
“I would like to clarify that there was no fire inside the Presidential.”
Source: Legit Newspaper