Wednesday, 12 June 2013

Collapsed Mushin Building Has 10 Landlords

Facts have emerged that ten landlords own the building that collapsed Tuesday in Challenge Bus Stop area of Mushin, Lagos.The dilapidated building was said to have collapsed because each of the landlords wanted the other person to maintain it and the buckpassing continued for years until it collapsed Tuesday.
Now they will have to forfeit the land on which the house was built to the state government.
The Lagos State government through its agent, LASBCA, has ordered the tenants still occupying two other defective storey buildings close to the collapsed one at 353, Agege Motor Road, Challenge Bus Stop, Mushin, to pack out so that they could be demolished.
The notice to quit was written on the wall of the building and the tenants have already parked out their belongings.
A child died when the building collapsed Tuesday and some of the occupants were reportedly trapped in the rubble. Security agents rescued some of the trapped tenants.
There were three buildings in that place and the one in the middle collapsed while the ones in front and behind remained.
It is the remaining ones that the tenants were ordered to leave by LASBCA.
Senator G.O. Solomon on Wednesday at the scene of a collapsed buildingSenator G.O. Solomon on Wednesday at the scene of a collapsed building in Mushin
Senator G.O. Solomon on Wednesday at the scene of a collapsed buildingSenator G.O. Solomon on Wednesday at the scene of a collapsed building in Mushin           
                                      

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