El-Adonai Evangelical Church Lagos Looses Six Members From Electrocution

What started as a peaceful Sunday morning in El-Adonai Evangelical Church Lagos quickly turned in a sour, bitter and heartbreaking morning as the church lost six of her members as a result of Electrocution.


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According to several eyewitness, the electrocution was caused when a flag pole touched a high-tension wire, leading to electrocution of worshippers which led to the death of Six male adults at about 7:34 on Sunday morning, October 3. 

Witnesses told Daily Trust that that the church members were trying to fix the church’s flag while making way for some officials when they got. electrocuted. The flag’s pole was said to have touched the electrical cable which triggered the shock.

Church flag making contact with High Tension which led to the electrocution of 6 members

Men of the state Fire Service were called in to prevent further damage to lives and properties while the officials of the Ikeja Electricity Distribution Company (IKEDC) were said to have been contacted.

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Director, the Lagos State Fie Service, Mrs Adeseye Margaret, who confirmed the incident in a Facebook post said it involved a high tension connecting the church’s flag pole. In her words;

“The Agege Fire Station of the Lagos State Fire and Rescue Service is currently attending an incident of electrical shock,”. “The incident which was reported at 07:34 hours Sunday morning on El-Adonai Evegenlical Ministry, 18 Jibiwu Road, off Agbe Road, U-turn Bus Stop, Abule Egba, Lagos involving in a high tension connecting the C & S Church’s flag pole leading to the electrical shock of about 6 male adults

“The Ikeja Electric Distribution Company has been informed and consequently de-energize power distribution to the environment while rescue operations continue amidst youths restiveness cum tensed area.”

 

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