Video of the moment families Protested at venue of ikoyi building collapse has been generating different reactions on the internet since today.
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According to a recent report that was made by goldmyne television, they took to their Instagram page and shared video of the incident.
While sharing the video on Instagram, goldmyne television wrote:
"JUST IN: Families protest at venue of Ikoyi building collapse
Relatives of those trapped under the rubble are reportedly unhappy that rescue workers took a one-hour break
🎥 Via Guardian Nigeria
Click on the link below to watch the full video:
From the video that was shared above, you will clearly see large number of people protesting at the Venue Of Ikoyi Building Collapse.
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Source: Verified Instagram page of @goldmyntv
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