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"The Collapsed Lagos Island Building Had Been Marked For Demolition Last Year" by obembet(f): 5:49pm On Mar 13, 2019
We all heard the breaking news today of a building in Ita Faaji where the unfortunate incident happen where a 3-storey building collapse that killed and trapped many lives this morning. According Twitter user Adebayo bankole akintunde share "The collapsed Lagos Island building had been marked for demolition & occupants asked to relocate last year.

Months later, the occupants came back, demolition mark erased, someone has been settled.

Now, the building collapsed, killing innocent school pupils."

Source: https://twitter.com/AdeBanqie/status/1105853570660864001?s=19

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Re: "The Collapsed Lagos Island Building Had Been Marked For Demolition Last Year" by JasonScoolari: 5:52pm On Mar 13, 2019
So, where they waiting for the bribe before pulling down the dilapidated building?

Innocent kids gone.

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Re: "The Collapsed Lagos Island Building Had Been Marked For Demolition Last Year" by eluquenson(m): 5:59pm On Mar 13, 2019
When the regulatory body has been settled heavily, demolition notice was removed. SMH

Our government should accept the blame.
They are only after IGR at the detriment of the citizens lifes and properties.


So many buildings on Lagos island need demolition, I don't know how they got approval to build such tiny buildings with no allowance in between houses

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Re: "The Collapsed Lagos Island Building Had Been Marked For Demolition Last Year" by Skepticus: 6:00pm On Mar 13, 2019
cool

Typical tale of cutting corners, receiving bribes other forms of corruption unique to Nigeria.

As we are talking at the moment, an official of government or even, the private sector, has already collected bribe to subvert due process further endangering our lives.

Sadly, We all, actively or passively are contributors to the endemic failure that has penetrated every sphere of life in this country.

As a people who never learn or take advice, RIP in advance to the next victims of another crashed building in Lagos.

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Re: "The Collapsed Lagos Island Building Had Been Marked For Demolition Last Year" by Bobbycastrol007(m): 6:00pm On Mar 13, 2019
Rip to the dead
Re: "The Collapsed Lagos Island Building Had Been Marked For Demolition Last Year" by bluefilm: 6:00pm On Mar 13, 2019
The black man is a huge threat unto himself as a result of his poor mentality.

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Re: "The Collapsed Lagos Island Building Had Been Marked For Demolition Last Year" by cabilla(m): 6:00pm On Mar 13, 2019
chaii nija
Re: "The Collapsed Lagos Island Building Had Been Marked For Demolition Last Year" by namiji2598: 6:01pm On Mar 13, 2019
they Don chop d money I thought deh said buhari has fought corruption finish na
Re: "The Collapsed Lagos Island Building Had Been Marked For Demolition Last Year" by Tobimillar1(m): 6:01pm On Mar 13, 2019
Nigerians are like that. They rather take their chances. Same reason some idiot drink and drive or drive a car without brakes. So sad

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Re: "The Collapsed Lagos Island Building Had Been Marked For Demolition Last Year" by DMerciful(m): 6:01pm On Mar 13, 2019
The govt agency that marked the building should be prosecuted for not following through with their job! They should be charged with manslaughter!

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Re: "The Collapsed Lagos Island Building Had Been Marked For Demolition Last Year" by sammyscholar(m): 6:01pm On Mar 13, 2019
Some would still blame the LSG. Shame!
Re: "The Collapsed Lagos Island Building Had Been Marked For Demolition Last Year" by Nobody: 6:01pm On Mar 13, 2019
This is Nigeria. Anything can happen and you will go scot free

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Re: "The Collapsed Lagos Island Building Had Been Marked For Demolition Last Year" by superior1: 6:01pm On Mar 13, 2019
Why not demolished?
Re: "The Collapsed Lagos Island Building Had Been Marked For Demolition Last Year" by C505: 6:01pm On Mar 13, 2019
Ethiopian airline

Now collapsed building

What's next? God save their souls till we meet again in His kingdom

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Re: "The Collapsed Lagos Island Building Had Been Marked For Demolition Last Year" by Baawaa(m): 6:02pm On Mar 13, 2019
Marked for demolition but not demolished until it caused havoc,who to blame

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Re: "The Collapsed Lagos Island Building Had Been Marked For Demolition Last Year" by Lordofthewest(m): 6:02pm On Mar 13, 2019
So who do we blame now?.The government that refused to demolish the building on time or the useless citizens?

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Re: "The Collapsed Lagos Island Building Had Been Marked For Demolition Last Year" by coolestchris(m): 6:02pm On Mar 13, 2019
it was marked but them use money to mark the agency brain

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Re: "The Collapsed Lagos Island Building Had Been Marked For Demolition Last Year" by iammo(m): 6:02pm On Mar 13, 2019
cry

Nigerian Civil servants are more corrupt than the yeye politicians.

As if lekki and Tb Joshua's building collapse due to violation of building permit.

When constituted authority took down part of ayefele's building due to his voilation of buildinng plan we hypocritical nigerians wailed and insulted him even after it caused the fatal accident that ended countless lives of leadcity students

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Re: "The Collapsed Lagos Island Building Had Been Marked For Demolition Last Year" by MZEE01: 6:03pm On Mar 13, 2019
Wake me from my sleep when someone is prosecuted and finally charged for this costly negligent. cry cry

What a country?

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Re: "The Collapsed Lagos Island Building Had Been Marked For Demolition Last Year" by easynetsms(m): 6:03pm On Mar 13, 2019
This is Nigeria. How much can be used to bring the souls of those children ...

Check my signature for cheap internet data
Re: "The Collapsed Lagos Island Building Had Been Marked For Demolition Last Year" by Holocene(m): 6:03pm On Mar 13, 2019
Safety standards are a joke in naija. Everyonenwantsbtoncut corners and yet we complain when the govt is terrible. Its people like us who make up the govt too

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Re: "The Collapsed Lagos Island Building Had Been Marked For Demolition Last Year" by PSVITA(m): 6:03pm On Mar 13, 2019
STORY
Even our formal house for Ojo L. G. A. have been marked for demolition, but some people are still living there. Anytime the Law enforcement agente come, the Landlord go fined them something. lipsrsealed wink
Re: "The Collapsed Lagos Island Building Had Been Marked For Demolition Last Year" by superlanny(m): 6:04pm On Mar 13, 2019
story for the gods
Re: "The Collapsed Lagos Island Building Had Been Marked For Demolition Last Year" by mozona(m): 6:04pm On Mar 13, 2019
chaii
Re: "The Collapsed Lagos Island Building Had Been Marked For Demolition Last Year" by princeade86(m): 6:04pm On Mar 13, 2019
Another fake blogger with fake news. The area wey I dey stay.

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Re: "The Collapsed Lagos Island Building Had Been Marked For Demolition Last Year" by okomile(f): 6:04pm On Mar 13, 2019
They should all be prosecuted!

This is sad embarassed
Re: "The Collapsed Lagos Island Building Had Been Marked For Demolition Last Year" by kenbee(m): 6:04pm On Mar 13, 2019
Over 30% of the houses in Lagos State are prone to collapse
Substandard Buildings everywhere

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Re: "The Collapsed Lagos Island Building Had Been Marked For Demolition Last Year" by martineverest(m): 6:05pm On Mar 13, 2019
Nigerians and corruption

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