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Lagos Pipeline Fire: We’re Tired Of Disasters, Monarch Tells Senate Committee

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The Onijegun of Ijegun, Oba Nureini Olomitutu , on Friday , said that activities of vandals and other criminals were threatening lives in the area.

He spoke when members of the Senate Ad -hoc Committee on Pipeline Vandalism visited his palace in Lagos .

The committee, led by Senator Ibrahim Gobir, was in the Ijegun area on an investigative visit, over the July 4 pipeline explosion in which lives were lost and properties destroyed.

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the early morning explosion was caused by the activities of vandals.

Olomitutu called on the government to provide more security around pipelines to end such problems.

“ We are tired of disasters .

We don’ t want to be known for this kind of thing anymore.

We want the government and the NNPC to provide more security here to check these criminals, ” the monarch said .

Explaining the reason for their visit to the monarch , Gobir said the committee was in the area to see how the activities of vandals could be checked and pipelines made secure, to end losses .

He said the committee had also visited Rivers on Thursday , where it was also investgating cases of pipeline vandalism .

The committee chairman thanked the monarch for the reception , promising that the committee would do its best to end the problem .


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[ @dongreat: ] The Onijegun of Ijegun, Oba Nureini Olomitutu , on Friday , said that activities of vandals and other criminals were threatening lives in the area.

He spoke when members of the Senate Ad -hoc Committee on Pipeline Vandalism visited his palace in Lagos .

The committee, led by Senator Ibrahim Gobir, was in the Ijegun area on an investigative visit, over the July 4 pipeline explosion in which lives were lost and properties destroyed.

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the early morning explosion was caused by the activities of vandals.

Olomitutu called on the government to provide more security around pipelines to end such problems.

“ We are tired of disasters .

We don’ t want to be known for this kind of thing anymore.

We want the government and the NNPC to provide more security here to check these criminals, ” the monarch said .

Explaining the reason for their visit to the monarch , Gobir said the committee was in the area to see how the activities of vandals could be checked and pipelines made secure, to end losses .

He said the committee had also visited Rivers on Thursday , where it was also investgating cases of pipeline vandalism .

The committee chairman thanked the monarch for the reception , promising that the committee would do its best to end the problem .

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