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Breaking: TVC News, BRT Buses, Houses, Others Set Ablaze in Lagos

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Information available to The Street Reporters Newspaper indicates that the TVC News, a Nigerian 24-hour television news channel, which is owned by Continental Broadcasting Service Nigeria Ltd, and the radio station have been set on fire.

The inferno started this morning at the stations while on live transmission.

This is even as it was gathered that some houses that have connections with the state government officials and Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) buses have been set ablaze in parts of Lagos state.

The stations are not available at the moment.

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According to Alkasim Abdulkadir, a Communications Expert, the hosts has raised the alarm over the fire at the radio and television stations via a tweet, saying “watching TVC, the anchors frantically said there were thugs at their gate trying to break into the premises.”

It was also gathered that angry hoodlums set a BRT bus terminal at Oyingbo area of Lagos State on fire.

BRT Buses Oyingbo on fire

Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu’s family house in Surulere area of the state is also on fire.

 

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