Special adviser to Lagos government on matters concerning water and drainages, Joe Igbokwe has once again taken to his social media handle to mourn Femi Osibona who recently died in the 21-storey Ikoyi building collapse along with fourth-five others.
Femi Osibona was a Nigerian businessman and owner of Fourscore Homes, a private real estate development company based in Lagos before he died in the ill-fated 21-storey building in Ikoyi penultimate Monday.
Although the late Osibona got government's approval for a 15-storey, he eventually manoeuvred his way and beat agency to it, even after it failed structural integrity test.
However, despite failing integrity, late Femi Osibona reportedly went ahead to construct a 21-storey on an approved 15-storey foundation.
Mourning Osibona's death after watching a video of him dancing with his pretty daughters, Joe Igbokwe said, "to imagine that the father of these beautiful girls is no more frightens me, it diminishes me as a mortal. Rest in peace Mr Osibona."
According to Igbokwe, he felt touched that the father of the girls he watched in the video is no more makes him afraid of death, and that it reduces him someone who will die one day while wishing the late rest in peace.
However, many Nigerians who reacted to Igbokwe's post said the late is to be blamed for all that happened to the collapsed building while others prayed to God for the repose of those who lost their lives in the sad incident.
You can watch the video here as shared by Igbokwe: https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=4426900034025131&id=100001155348708.
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