- While reactions continue to trail the collapse building at Ikoyi, another incident has occurred again in Lagos state
- Recent is a two-storey building has caved in, on Monday, November 1, in Osapa London, at the Lekki area of the state
- According to reports, the building which was still under construction, caved in after the heavy downpour on Monday night
The Punch reports that the building caved in, in Osapa London, at the Lekki area of Lagos state on Tuesday, November 2.
The building which was still under construction reportedly caved in after the heavy downpour on Monday night.
Meanwhile, this development is coming barely 24-hours after a 21-storey building collapsed in the Ikoyi area of the state.
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A photo of the building was shared on Twitter by @SkyGospelNewsT1.
Another building collapses in Osapa London in the Lekki area of Lagos
Officials reveal more details about collapsed 21-storey Ikoyi building
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that on Monday, November 1, a 21-storey building located on Gerrard Road in the Ikoyi area of Lagos state collapsed leaving many trapped beneath its rubble.
Officials who have been working tirelessly at the scene of the incident said 15 persons have been confirmed dead while nine others have been rescued alive.
The acting coordinator of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), Ibrahim Farinloye, said the agency is working closely with relevant sister organisations to ensure that victims are rescued.
Ikoyi building collapse: Buhari sends message to Lagos Govt
Through a message shared on Facebook by one of his media aides, Femi Adesina, the president sent his sympathy to families who lost their loved ones in the disaster in Lagos as other persons are still trapped in the ruins.
The president urged the Lagos state government to do their best by ensuring a successful rescue operation.
President Buhari in his capacity also directed hospitals in Lagos state to ensure they provide the necessary support needed by those rescued from the building collapse scene.