4 teenagers drown at Elegushi beach, while celebrating success in WAEC 

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Four students of Kuramo Senior College Lekki reportedly drowned on Tuesday at Elegushi beach, Lagos.

The management of the beach confirmed the development In a statement made available to newsmen.

On behalf of the management of the beach, Ayuba Elegushi described as ‘unfortunate, the drowning incident that occurred at a section of the beach earlier on Tuesday, which claimed the life of four teenagers.

The statement read, “about ten boys of teenage age, visited the beach Tuesday morning, to celebrate the success of their WAEC Examination.

“While the beach authorities and security team turned them back, however, the boys took a detour and went to an unmanned section of the beach area to swim.

“Unfortunately, about ten of them were almost drowning before the beach life guard team were alerted to the scene and six of them were rescued, 2 of which were rescued were however injured, while four are still missing as at press time.”

The spokesperson of Lagos state police command Benjamin Hundeyin, confirmed that four teenagers drowned at a Lagos beach today, after collecting their exam results in school.”

 

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