Lagos State gives surprise Demolition of buildings as gift for Independence to Abule Egba residents today.
Words cannot quantify the sadness and moodiness of Abule Egba residents today after the landlords lost a law suite against the government over road expansion and construction of flyover bridge.
These videos and pictures say more.
Nigeria clocked 56 on October 1st and it was a day of praise for the youths of Christ Apostolic Mission Church as they felicitated God's grace on Nigeria with songs of praise and thanksgiving.
The event which took place in the church's Abule Egba parish's mini-cathedral was made possible by the Independence Praise Fiesta Team which was headed by Pastor Dennis Eruata and Pastor A.M. Bolarinwa and others which included the super master of ceremony of the day: Pastor Damilola Shodiya and other marvellous people.
I call them marvellous because they had set mega tents on the very large church compound a day before the event but had to move all equipment and chairs into the mini cathedral on the morning of the event due to heavy rainfall.
The big cathedral which had just been renovated was not accessible on that day, hence the planners had to make an impromptu setup.
However, this did not affect the success of the event.
The construction of Ajah and Abule Egba flyovers are some of the recent projects embarked on by the Ambode's administration in Lagos State.
The Abule Egba flyover project has claimed some lives although it was not intended for such.
In the past 7 months of consruction, atleast 8 people had died along the Abule-Egba axis of the Abeokuta Express way due to unavailability of pliable alternative access roads.
My Pastor and his wife gave birth to triplets after 17 years of waiting on God for children.
There was a peculiar gathering at the naming ceremony of triplets at Abule Egba this morning as the Parish Pastor of Christ Apostolic Mission Church Abule Egba in Lagos; Pastor Peter Arowosegbe and Deaconess Omotayo Arowosegbe christened the triplets with family members, church congregation and well wishers.