Lagos state emergency workers begins clean up after building collapse

Jayson Oluwatimilehin

Born and raised in the United States of America by Nigerian parents, Jayson Oluwatimilehin is an avid writer and Journalist with specialty in researching about the entertainment industry.

Jayson developed interest in Journalism after he finished his education from Mountain Top University in Nigeria, finishing with a first class in English Language and interned for a few media companies in Lagos and bagged a higher diploma from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism before joining Theelitepost's editorial team.

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Jayson Oluwatimilehin

The Lago state emergency workers have started the clearing of rubble following the collapse of one more structure on Lagos Island.

The private structure, situated on Kakawa Street, went down at precisely 12:50 pm yet nobody was harmed in the mishap. It denoted the third building collapse in about fourteen days in Lagos, tailing one at Ita Faji on March 13 and another at Egerton Square, Oke Arin.

At the point when TheElitePost touched base at the site of the accident at around 4 pm on Monday, crisis responders had just reacted to the building collapse.

TheElitePost discovered that the house was already marked for demolition before it eventually collapsed.

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