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ItaFaaji: Group urges LASG to publish committee Report

Ita-Faaji

A non-governmental organisation, Spaces for Change, has asked the Lagos State Government to publish the report of the committee set up to investigate the Ita-Faaji building collapse. The group, otherwise known as S4C, said the five-man panel of enquiry set up in March 2019 to investigate the cause of the Ita-Faji building collapse and proffer remedial measures to prevent similar ...

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NITP calls for proper control, monitoring of housing projects

NITP

The Nigerian Institute of Town Planners (NITP) Lagos Chapter, has called on the Lagos State Government to facilitate adequate control and monitoring of housing developments across the state. The NITP Chairman, Mr. Bisi Adedire, made the call in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Friday in Lagos. Adedire said that proper monitoring and supervision of buildings had ...

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SON set to end building collapse in Nigeria

SON

The Standards Organisation of Nigeria, SON, has engaged stakeholders in Kaduna on proper building measures to avert further building collapse. This is as a result of the recent cases of building collapse being witnessed in the country. Speaking at the sensitization programme organised by SON in collaboration with Leading Ideas International Limited, the Director-General, SON, Osita Aboloma assured Nigerians that ...

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8 escapes death in another Ibadan building collapse

Ibadan building collapse

Another Ibadan building collapse: Eight people escaped death on Tuesday when a building collapsed at a construction site in Oyo State. The incident occurred on Eleyele Road beside the Polo Ground in Ibadan, the state capital. Although no death was recorded, some construction workers at the site were trapped under the rubble. Emergency workers were said to have rushed to ...

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Building Collapse: NIQS urges Buhari to establish construction industry commission

NIQS

President of the Nigerian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (NIQS), QS. Obafemi Onashile has attributed increased cases of collapse of buildings in the country to defective construction laws still in use. Onashile stated this at the Southeast zonal two-day workshop, with the theme: “Construction Industry Health and Safety Management”, held at Newton Hotels, Owerri, Imo State, recently. The event was attended ...

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SON decries N4.5bn loss on building collapse

building collapse

The effect of building collapse on Nigeria economy has taken a toll on both lives and property of the citizens. Aside from the trauma, the devastating effects on property are better imagined than beheld. Speaking on the menace of building collapse in the country, the Standard Ogranisation of Nigeria (SON), said about 3,210 persons were killed and property worth N4.5 ...

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Landslide destroys houses in Bayelsa

Bayelsa

A major landslide has occurred in Odi, Kolokuma/Opokuma Local Government Area of Bayelsa State, destroying houses in the community. Community sources said the landslide, believed to have been caused by water erosion, occurred on Sunday and has thrown the community into mourning because of the houses and property that have been destroyed. Investigations revealed that the Chief Whip of the ...

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Don blames incessant building collapse on corruption

building collapse

Acting Head of the Department of Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, University of Ilorin, Dr. Yusuf Lanre Shuaib-Babata, has blamed the pervasive corruption in the country for the incessant building collapse in recent times. Speaking with journalists in Ilorin on Monday, the don, who lamented the repeated collapse of buildings in the country with the resultant loss of lives and properties, ...

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Whose responsibility is it to fix your leaking roof?

leaking roof

We’ve heard so many tales of landlords and their shenanigans. Someone once opined that the reason landlords behave the way they do is that LORD in their name while they treat their tenants like the ANT in their name. So back to our question, whose responsibility is it to fix your leaking roof? This question should have been a very ...

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