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Three-storey building collapses in Lagos

A three-storey building has just collapsed at Sonuga Street, Palm Avenue, in Mushin, Lagos.

• September 23, 2022
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A three-storey building has just collapsed at Sonuga Street, Palm Avenue, in Mushin, Lagos.

The spokesperson of the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency, Nosa Okunbor told Peoples Gazette that emergency responders are on their way to the scene. 

As of the time of filing this report, it could not be established if anyone was trapped in the debris.

Barely one-month ago, six bodies were recovered under the rubble of a seven-storey building that collapsed at Oba Idowu Oniru Street, Lekki area of Lagos.

The state authorities are yet to identify and arrest the developer and others. 

Details later…….

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