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Visit Lagos explosion site and we’ll donate to charity, Nigeria Twitterati dare Buhari

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In the wake of the explosion that ravaged a community at Abule Ado, a Lagos State suburb, several notable Nigerians have commiserated with victims of the incident.

President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), Senate President Ahmed Lawan and House of Representatives Speaker, Femi Gbajabiamila are some of the notable Nigerians that have sent out condolence messages to the victims of the Abule Ado explosion.

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However, Nigerians on Twitter it would seem want President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) to visit Festac to assess and condole with the victims of the explosion.

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Twitter user, @damoche tweeted,

“If Buhari himself, not Osinbajo or anyone else visits Festac to assess and condole in the next 3 days, i’ll pay 50k to a charity recommended by my TL. Deal.”

Shortly after @damoche shared his tweet, other users of the microblogging platform joined with many promising to add their own cash to the already promised cash.

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@fimiletoks tweeted:

“Nothing wrong if PMB visit .its a national tragedy and I know how it feels especially from my experience during January 29 black Sunday .But of course those closer to home have a moral duty to do same and even more . Trump visit hurricane site.”

@chxta wrote:

“This has come up to ₦200k, 50 [email protected], 50 from myself, 100 [email protected]

@IgalaPrincess tweeted:

“@[email protected] and @okeyjass $100 from me.”

As of the time of reporting this, more persons are still showing interest in daring the President to visit the site, victims and their families.

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