Civil Defenders and police have cordoned off the village of Pago in Paikoro council area of Nigeria to avert casualties and looting in the wake of pipeline explosions there.
One explosion along the pipeline occurred on Sunday, and another explosion by evening of the same day.
The cause of the explosions is still uncertain but experts from NNPC Headquarters are already on ground to find out the main cause of the incidence.
Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps says no one was killed in both explosions.
Three other people were injured at the scene of the burst pipeline and have been hospitalised.
Some people have arrested for attempting to scoop petrol from the burst pipeline.
Some vehicles have also been destroyed in the inferno.
Civil Defence has warned communities along Minaa-Suleja road to obey all traffic instructions around this period.
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