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Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Building Owned By Former Gov' Collapses in Abuja

Six persons cheated death in the early hours of yesterday when a building reportedly owned by a former governor collapsed in a residential area of Gwarinpa Estate.



While six were already rescued as at the time of filing this report, two others were still trapped in the rubble. It could not be ascertained if anyone lost their life in the unfortunate incident. Eyewitnesses, who were on ground and spoke to the SUN correspondent said they could not confirm if any of the two trapped was still alive.


Officials and personnel of the FCT Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and officers of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) were leading the rescue operation when sun visited the scene.


Findings revealed that the approved plan of the collapsed building was given by the Federal Housing Authority (FHA).  It was further gathered that the FCT Directorate of Development Control has taken over the building.


Authorities of FHA may brief the Press today to explain more. It could not however, be ascertained if any arrest was made by the relevant authorities.

Incidences of collapsed buildings have become frequent in Abuja recently. 

In some instances, lives have been lost, while many fatal injuries have been recorded recently.


*So which Governor owned this building?Hmmmmm...


31 comments:




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  2. Hmmm, it is well. Most big people in abuja don't monitor their building projects, they just give large amounts of money to contractors and those ones end up using substandard goods.

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  3. Blood money ,thief thief governors oya which governor come out

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  4. This is what happened, when stolen monies were used for personal gain. Wicked punishment await others likw him. With captions like "Expenditure Not Accounted For", Unreceipted Expenses without Statutory Approval" etc.

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  5. Stella pls ask them oh,which Gov owns this building? Hmmmmm God have mercy. Well,there are a lot of houses like that in Abuja especially those ones built in estates like Efab,suncity etc their houses are not strong and they keep collapsing,just because they want to make gain they just build the houses anyhow and sell them and then expect the buyers to work on it again,its just as good as buying a land and most of them won't sell just the land to u. Selfish and Greedy Contractors.

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  6. Who are we to blame, is it the former govo or the contractor abi buhari?

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    1. Your ancestors are just playing with your head

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    2. The contractors... As they refused to follow the original plan, instead going ahead to build a high rise. Its all greed.
      Sorry and condolences to those who lost their lives and were injured

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    3. Lol, @ School Life, I want to # blameBuhari

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  7. This is as a result of wrong foundation. Imagine starting afresh again after all of the money spent

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  8. Hmmmm, when u build a house, allow it dry atleast, some rush buildings n finish a duplex in a year.

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    1. Dry like how, make sun beat am first so the cement go dry...hahaha

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    2. Which one is allow it dry? Have you built a house be4 because you sound so insensitive.

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    3. Allow wetin dry? πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚joke of the day right?

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    4. You sound stupid! Allow what dry? Abeg just keep ur mouth shut if you have no idea how houses are built!

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  9. So who is the former governor. Na only poor man name dey come out for crime newspapers. All these national newspapers they will just put, former, serving.

    yeye

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  10. Thank God no 1 was hurt.

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  11. Na waah. Thank God no life was lost

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  12. @Blackberry, you said a year. Abuja build duplex in less than 4 month. Eyewitness

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  13. Our stolen money na so God go dey deal with them one by one

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  14. But which area in Gwarinpa please.

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  15. Why won't de ex-governors building collapse. When he built it with cash meant for our collective good. Issorite, more of their ill gotten investment will soon collapse

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  16. Nigeria claims to have professionals institutions like COREN, NIA, PMP, NSE, NIBRRI etc. Is there non of these professionals at the project site. This is what happens to Certificate Driven Nation that shun Skill & Competence.

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  17. I built my duplex im Abuja in less than 3 month. Only delay was waiting for decking to dry. Used lots of cement and stonedust. House as stronh as a rock.

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    1. U must be rich, can we be friends? U won't regret it I promise. With lots of benefits.

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  18. I built my duplex im Abuja in less than 3 month. Only delay was waiting for decking to dry. Used lots of cement and stonedust. House as strong as a rock.

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  19. A once governor,now senator! Hmmmmm

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