If you see some buildings in Lagos, you will pity the tenants that are living inside the buildings because of the bad structure. Let's see what happens to a building along Unilag Road that was reported by a Twitter influencer this Evening.
A building has been reportedly collapsed in Lagos by a Twitter influencer this Evening, it was reported that after the building collapsed, the fence and exterior parts of the building were demolished to widen roads for construction along the Ilaje, Unilag Road. The video was uploaded on Twitter.
Building collapses as fence and exterior parts were being demolished in a bid to widen roads for construction along the Ilaje-Unilag road. Retweet till every tenant sees this and checks up on neighbors and loved ones.
Photo: Check Out the building after it was collapsed
You can watch the video HERE
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What's your opinion about some buildings that are not well structured in Lagos, should Government demolish them?
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