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Femi Osibona

25 Nov
The official death toll in the Ikoyi building disaster early this month has been put at 45, a numbing figure no matter how we look at the incident.
12 Nov
I don’t know what readers may or will make of my title today. So many happenings have occurred and are occurring everywhere about us in this country today.
5 Nov
The dead body of the developer of the collapsed 21-storey building at Gerrard Road, Ikoyi, Lagos, Mr Femi Osibona, was retrieved from the rubbles on Wednesday.
4 Nov
We should not expect God to do for us what we ought to do for ourselves. On Monday, Nigeria was confronted with the tragedy of a 21-story building collapsing on Gerrard Road

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