The Abule Ado explosion that rocked the part of Lagos in March, 2020 has been revealed by the BBC Eye in an expository investigation.
According to WITHINNIGERIA, the (Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation), NNPC at the time said the blast occurred as a result of a truck that hit gas cylinders near one of its petroleum pipelines.
But the new evidence obtained by BBC Africa Eye contradicts the official explanation for the cause of an explosion which killed 23 people and destroyed a girls boarding school in Lagos, Nigeria, earlier in the year.
The new evidence indicates that the (NNPC) explanation for the cause of the blast, that decimated over 100,000 square meters of Lagos, was incorrect.
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