Rising fire nigeria

rising fire nigeria

Are there two fires in Lagos?

Nigerian firefighters battled flames after what appear to be two independent fires broke out Tuesday morning around the popular Balogun market in central Lagos. By midday, the fires had engulfed five-story buildings on the edge of the market, with billowing black smoke filling the sky.

Whats happening in Lagos?

Firefighters in Lagos are trying to put out a massive blaze in the buildings surrounding the Balogun market. The market is known for its wide selection of colorful Nigerian fabrics. Nigerian firefighters battled flames after what appear to be two independent fires broke out Tuesday morning around the popular Balogun market in central Lagos.

Why are Nigerians protesting against the government of Muhammadu Buhari?

Anger over mass kidnappings-for-ransom, a decade-long Islamist insurgency and a crackdown on protesters in Lagos last October has fuelled demands for the government of President Muhammadu Buhari to do more to tackle violence and insecurity. read more

Where was the fire that killed three people in Kano State?

The Kano State Fire Service has confirmed the death of three persons following an early morning fire at a flat at Gayawa Tsohowa, in Ungogo Local Government Area (LGA) of the state. News in full.

Why are Nigerians protesting President Buhari?

PIUS UTOMI EKPEI/AFP/Getty Hundreds of Nigerians took to the streets on Monday to protest against the struggling economic conditions and a brutal insurgency in the country. Protesters turned out in the commercial hub Lagos and the capital Abuja in rare public demonstrations against President Muhammadu Buhari and his government.

Why did Nigerians take to the streets to protest?

Hundreds of Nigerians took to the streets on Monday to protest against the struggling economic conditions and a brutal insurgency in the country. Protesters turned out in the commercial hub Lagos and the capital Abuja in rare public demonstrations against President Muhammadu Buhari and his government.

Who is behind the anti-corruption protests in Nigeria?

The protest was organized by Enough is Enough Nigeria (EiE Nigeria), a coalition of activists. It was originally headed up by Nigerian musician Innocent Idibia —also known as 2Baba or 2Face—but Idibia pulled out of the march on Sunday, citing security concerns.

What has President Muhammad Buhari done so far?

Buhari came to power in May 2015, promising to reduce the countrys dependency on oil, end the Boko Haram insurgency and crack down on corruption. But while the 74-year-old former military ruler has made progress-in retaking the majority of territory held by Boko Haram, for example-his administration has struggled to enact its pledges.

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