Another two-storey building collapses in Lagos

A two-story building collapsed in the Ago Palace Way area, Lagos state, barely a week after the collapse of a building in Ebute Metta which killed 10 people.   It was gathered that the two-story building located at Chris Igadi Street, off Ago Palace Way, opposite Kilimanjaro/ AP filling station, collapsed around 3 am on Saturday, May 7, 2022.   According to Punch, People residing in the building vacated the premises immediately after they saw the sign that it wanted to collapse two hours before the tragedy.  

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One killed as building collapses in police barracks

A young lady identified as Peace Bulus has died after a bungalow in the Mounted Troop Police Barracks in Ikeja, Lagos State partially collapsed on her and also broke the arm of her sister on Tuesday, May 4.   According to reports, the deceased, her mother, Hauwa, and three other siblings were sleeping in their one-room apartment when an implosion occurred. The lintel of the door suddenly fell, smashed Peace’s skull, and broke her sister’s arm. While Peace’s body has been deposited

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Two children die as building collapses in Lagos (photos)

Two children died after they were trapped beneath the rubble of a storey-building which collapsed in the Gafari Balogun area of Ogudu, Lagos State today June 17.   The Director-General, Lagos State Emergency Management Agency, Olufemi Oke-Osanyintolu, who confirmed this to newsmen, said the building collapsed due to mudslide resulting from a downpour.    He said their bodies have been recovered from the mud.   “The LASEMA Response Team received a distress call at 12.40 pm about the collapse of a

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Three storey building partially collapses in Lagos (photos)

A three-storey building located at No. 6 Olonode Street, Ebute Metta in Lagos state, partially collapsed today May 25. Thankfully no life was lost and no one was injured in the incident.   Men of the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency, LASEMA Response team led by the Director-General/CEO, Dr. Olufemi Oke-Osanyintolu, arrived at the scene of the incident and discovered that the building was old and distressed and that the reinforcement of the building were corroded, resulting in visible cracks on the walls and pillars

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