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Fire erupts in Lagos’ Balogun market

By Guardian Exclusive
05 November 2019   |   3:12 pm
On Tuesday, 5 November 2019, fire broke out at a shopping plaza situated at the popular Balogun Market, Lagos.⁣⁣ Fortunately, personnel of the Lagos State Fire Service was able to prevent the blaze from spreading to other buildings.⁣⁣

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