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Saturday, March 16, 2019

Two Storey Building Collapses In Ibadan

Tragedy struck in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital, Friday evening, when a two-storey building collapsed at Sogoye, along Bode area of the ancient city, leaving an unspecified number of people trapped.





This is coming only two days after a three-storeyed building collapsed in Lagos State, killing 20 people, another building has collapsed at the Bode area of Ibadan, the Oyo State capital.

It was learnt that people trapped under the rubbles could be heard making phone calls crying for help.


The incident happened exactly 5:50 pm at Sogoye, along the Idi Arere after the Molete overhead bridge, people trapped in the rubbles are still begging for help as there was no equipment to rescue them.

The fire service personnel at the scene of the collapsed building were helpless, as there was no equipment to carry out the rescue operation.

However, findings showed that three people who sustained serious injuries have been pulled out of the debris.

An eyewitness account said the collapsed building was being developed for a commercial purpose and the construction was almost completed before the incident happened.

No casualty figure has been confirmed, but the information had it that construction workers were on the site when the incident happened.
Tribune

19 comments:

  1. Lord please heal our land.

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  2. OMG! What is happening? God please show us mercy.

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  3. Oh no, not again.. I'm even scared cuz I leave in a one storey building... God please help us. ..

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  4. When a civil engineer use sub standard materials to build. This is what u get. We are quick to attribute it to supernatural forces.

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  5. God have mercy on us oh! This is getting too much

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  6. Hmmmmm... I'm beginning to believe my girlfriend who said politicians are renewing their 4years blood contract. Just this week alone we have had death in Onitsha, Lagos and Ibadan. God save your people.

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    1. This thing you said crossed my mind.

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  7. Gush!!!! What is going on...
    Lord have mercy

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  8. Hey God! May the blood of all those who have lost their lives be upon everyone who has a hand in this. Amen

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  9. When they use substandard materials, refuse to do concrete/material tests and hire quacks, why won't the building collapse?

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  10. This has got to be the handiwork of ritualists. Using the blood of innocent people for money.

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  11. Oh my God! What is going on. Tragedy upon tradegy.God, please have mercy on this land, called Nigeria.

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  12. The SON & the Nigerian customs should be held accountable, cos no imported material is brought into this country without their knowledge, but they Choose to close eyes & collect money, then our indigenous building materials should be watch too, then building engineers should be held accountable too cos this is a pure case of get rich quick syndrome

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