Massive floods have sunk areas of Nigeria's commercial capital, Lagos State.
The luxurious areas of Lekki, Victoria Island, Ajah, and Victoria Garden City are among the places affected.
The flooding began after torrential rains that lasted for hours.
Several houses and businesses have been inundated by the flood waters.
Not even people's living rooms were spared by the unrelenting flood.
Photos of flood-stricken parts of the state have been circulating madly on social media.
They have sparked outrage among some affected people of the state, who say poor town planning by the state government is to blame for their predicament.
Facebook user, Douglas Bayie-Osagie, said the floods were the cumulative impact of poor planning by those entrusted with leadership in Lagos.
"A mega city without a mega plan is a developing slum," he said.
Facebook user, Asala Wina, said the floods were due to a lack of environmental impact assessment in Lagos.
Twitter user, @Solar_unique, urged the government to destroy several houses in the Lekki area as a solution to the flooding.
"By September everyone would have forgotten about this Lekki flooding until next year July when it happens again and crying resumes in 2018," another Twitter user, @MatthewOttah, said.
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