Ikoyi collapsed building
The Coroner inquest sitting into the circumstances which led to the collapse of a 21-storey high-rise building at Gerard Road, Ikoyi, Lagos was stalled yesterday, due to power outage
Family members of Samuel Iwelu, one of the victims of the collapsed 21-storey building, at Ikoyi area of Lagos State, have asked for his body to be released to them to be buried in the United Kingdom.
A six-man panel of Inquiry set up by the Lagos State Government to investigate the collapsed 21-storey Ikoyi building, yesterday, called for calm and promised to come with a report after 30 days.
The Nigerian Building and Road Research Institute (NBRRI) has set up a seven-man committee to investigate the cause of 21-storey Ikoyi collapsed building, which occurred on November 1, 2021 in Lagos.
A report by the Nigerian lnstitution of Structural Engineers (NIStructE) on the collapsed 21-storey building in lkoyi has revealed evidence of structural inadequacy in construction
Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers (NCRIB) on Friday said no underwriter or broker in the insurance industry had so far claimed any relationship with the Ikoyi 21-storey building
Family of the U.S. returnee, Wale Bob-Oseni, who was among victims of the Ikoyi collapsed building, has debunked reports that the deceased was a director or contractor employed
Rescuers on Sunday recovered two more bodies from the collapsed building, as the total number of persons trapped in the structure remains unknown.
Lagos State governor, Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu has confirmed the recovery of 42 bodies buried under the rubble of the 21-storey building that collapsed last Monday...
Expectations that more people will be rescued alive from the rubble of the 21-storey collapsed building in Ikoyi, Lagos were dashed yesterday when the lifeless body of Zainab Oridamola