The governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has paid a visit to the survivors of the 21-storey building collapse in Ikoyi.

Recall that on Monday, November 1st a 21-storey building which is under construction, located at off Alexander way, Gerrard Road, Ikoyi, Lagos State collapsed.

The governor who was at the hospital to pay a courtesy visit to the victims on Thursday, promised that the victims will get the best of medical attention.

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In other news, a man identified as Innocent Amos has told of how he escaped the Gerrard Terraces building as it collapsed.

Amos, a graduate who works as a bricklayer, said he was working on the 12th floor and had just stepped out to get more plaster to continue working.

In his words;

“I was working on floor number 12. I just stepped out to order for more plaster sand so we can continue our work cos we have exhausted the one give us in the morning. I was standing not far from the pillar that gave the cracking sound. I ran immediately away while the building came down. Still nursing my right ankle. Didn’t know what happened to me there. It’s affecting my right thigh as well. But I’m fine.”

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