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Fire Incident as Deeper Life’s Anchor University [PHOTOS]

Information reaching the PoliticsNGR newsdesk this afternoon reveals that a serious fire outbreak has occurred at Anchor University, Ayobo, Ipaja, Lagos.

Anchor University, owned by Deeper life Ministries was beseiged by emergency officials of the Lagos state response unit who were quick to put out the Inferno. Several property worth millions were destroyed by the fire. Photos below;



Fire Incident as Deeper Life’s Anchor University [PHOTOS] was last modified: September 5th, 2017 by Politics Nigeria
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