LASBCA begins removal of distressed buildings in Lagos Island, Mushin, environs
Officials of Lagos State Building Control Agency (LASBCA) has commenced removal of eight distressed structures in Lagos Island, Mushin, and environs.
The Guardian learned that the exercise was part of efforts to control building collapse, prevent avoidable loss of properties and save lives.
The affected buildings are units of three and four flats in Oke-Arin and Doherty Streets of Lagos Island, and four floors of one-unit residential building in Idi Araba areas of the state, among others.
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