Owner Of Lagos Collapsed Building Rescued

March 15, 2019
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The owner of the collapsed building in Ita Faaji area of Lagos Island, Mr. Akinmoladun has been rescued from the rubble, according to a statement made by his son, Erinoluwa Akinmoladun.

He said: “When I came home this morning, as I was walking on the staircase, I observed the building was giving signs of weakness and I told my father about it.

But I couldn’t wait to know if he took any action because I left home in a hurry to attend to other things. I left my father and sisters at home.”

Erinoluwa said his father has been rescued, as he joined other rescue workers to evacuate the victims. He further revealed that the affected building was under the management of a developer, identified as Mr Giwa who had been managing the building since 2010. 

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