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Tragedy As Four Teenagers Drown In Elegushi Beach While Celebrating Success In WAEC Result

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Four teenagers celebrating their success in the just-concluded West African Senior School Certificate Examination have lost their lives in Elegushi beach in Lagos. 

The management of the Elegushi Beach in Lagos State has described the incident which occurred on Tuesday as unfortunate. 

Chief Ayuba Elegushi, on behalf of the beach management, said this in a statement made available to newsmen.

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Elegushi explained that the incident occurred at an unmanned section of the beach area, which was not open to the public.

According to him, about 10 teenage boys visited the beach on Tuesday morning, to celebrate the success of their WAEC results.

He said while the beach authority and security team turned them back, the boys took a detour and went to an unmanned section of the beach area to swim.

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He noted that unfortunately, about 10 of them were almost drowning before the beach security were alerted to the scene and six of them were rescued alive while four were still missing as at press time.

Elegushi, who said the matter has been reported at the Ilasan Police Station, but effort is still on to find the missing boys.  

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Written by Ruth Semilore

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