A video has shown an unprecedented incident that took place in Lagos State around the Alhaji Bola Ahmed Tinubu (ABAT) Truck Terminal.
The video showed huge crowds around the highway scooping diesel from a Diesel Tanker spilling its contents at Iganmu Junction along the road leading to the Alhaji Bola Ahmed Tinubu (ABAT) Truck Terminal.
Several persons were seen with huge gallons filled with diesel allegedly scooped from the ground where the diesel tanker spilled its contents at Iganmu Junction.
The diesel tanker currently spilling its contents at Iganmu junction, along the road leading to ABAT truck terminal might have experienced unexpected trouble leading to its spillage in the area.
There were no security operatives and police officers around the area prompting residents and commuters to crowd around the vicinity, scooping diesel as traffic gridlock in the area intensified.
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