Fallen tree destroys vaults at Abari Muslim Cemetery, Lagos Island… Families asked to meet Council Engineer

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The Lagos Island East Local Council Development Authority (LIELCDA) has asked those with departed loved ones buried at Abari Muslim Cemetery, Lagos Island to get it touch with the Council Engineer.

This, the LIELCDA said, followed a natural disaster at the cemetery.

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Chief Press Secretary to the Council Chairman, Olushoga Olushola who made this known in a press statement said “This is to inform all the families that buried their loved ones at Abari Muslim Cemetery,Lagos Island that there has been a natural disaster(the biggest tree fell down heavily with its branches)which happened few days ago as a result of heavy down pour of the rain.

 

“This has affected many burial vaults.

“Families are directed to get in touch with Council Engineer for more information.”

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