A three-story building at Ita Faaji Market on the Lagos Island local government unit of Lagos fell during the Thursday’s downpour.

According to reports, the incident, which happened at around nine in the morning, shocked the neighborhood.
The facility was being renovated when it fell, according to a statement made by Magaret Adeseye, director of the Lagos State Fire and Rescue Services.

But she also mentioned that the construction workers were unharmed.

“A three-story structure that was undergoing renovations at 24 Binuyo Street, near Ita Faaji Market in Lagos, collapsed amid heavy rain.” The statement said, in part, “The few artisans on site escaped unhurt.”

The Lagos State Building Control Agency expressed its sympathies to the victims of the fallen building, but also held the property’s tenants accountable for their disregard for the previous vacation notice.

The Reasons Behind Building Demolitions in Lagos – Sanwo-olu
In the meantime, on Thursday, Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu refuted claims that certain ethnic communities were the target of building demolitions occurring in several areas of Lagos State.

The governor claims that demolitions in Lagos State are not racially colored.

He clarified that government organizations were only demolishing buildings that did not comply with the State’s building and development regulations.

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