A Professor of Geophysics and Earthquake Engineering from the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Professor Adepelumi A. A has posited that the Akure explosion which occurs in the early hours of Saturday 28 March 2020 is a Meteoric From An Asteroid Belt That Travels At A Great Speed From Space Impacted The Location At An Angle Of 43 Degrees.

Below Is The Summary Of The Findings From The Akure Explosion Site – Professor Adepelumi A. A (Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife)

Akure explosion
Credit: EMM Visuals

From the Blast site at Akure. My research group carried out a detailed analysis of the impact site. A circular impact crater with 21m diameter and 7.8m depth was found which suggests a natural phenomenal. Water was found oozing out from the edges of the crater.

A preliminary insitu vibration, noise, seismicity, water analysis, radioactivity studies, rock, and soil investigation were carried out. Our findings suggest that the impact of the blasting covers 1km radius of the surroundings of the crater. No evidence of fire or Burning of anything was found within the vicinity. No evidence of radioactivity radiation was found within the crater and immediate vicinity.

The field evidence point to the conclusion that A METEORIC FROM AN ASTEROID BELT THAT TRAVELS AT A GREAT SPEED FROM SPACE IMPACTED THE LOCATION AT AN ANGLE OF 43 Degrees created an ejecta at South-Western part. No evidence of buried vehicle, buried ordinance or IED was found.

However, crack opening that vary in thickness from 3mm to 4metres occurs on the wall of most of the buildings but not at the base of the buildings. Also, foreign rocks and strange metallic objects we’re found within the crater. Most of the destruction occurs on top and roof/ceilings of the buildings. Thank you.

Professor Adepelumi A. A (Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife).
Phone: 08128181062
Email: aadepelu@oauife.edu.ng