Lagos Flood: Dead Bodies Float Out Of Mortuary Due To Flood

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Due to the heavy downpour that ravaged the city of Lagos recently, dead bodies have been forced out of their above in a private mortuary in Lagos.

According to Daily Post, the management of a private mortuary, Toluwalase Hospital Morgue, located at Otunba Oladokun Street, Igando area of Lagos State has ejected corpses deposited in the facility due to massive flooding within its premises.

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The mortuary’s manager, Bolaji Oluwafemi, stated that the area was flood prone and always quick to transform into a lake anytime it rained.

He added that the Lagos State Government had ignored repeated complaints from the hospital management and other residents living in the area.

“There is the lingering need for proper channelization of water and the sand filling of the low land in the area”,Oluwafemi further explained.

Oluwafemi said they, alongside other residents, hired a contractor to sand fill the lowland and divert the flood water to a nearby drainage, incurring N3 million as expenses for the job.

Oluwafemi said: “It has paralysed our business, everybody has moved of their houses to live in the available dry land outside of their premises.
“We have been living outside in our cars. Look, (pointing at cooking utensils) that is where we cook our food.

“The woman that sells food has vacated her flooded shop. All the tenants and landlords are out of their houses. On Monday, a woman was searching for her daughter in the flood while others hurried out of their houses.

“We are left with nothing!”

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