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Just in: Uncompleted 2 storey building collapse in Warri.

An uncompleted two storey building collapse in Marine Quarters axis of Warri.

The building which was still under construction collapse at about 1:00pm in the Marine Quarters axis of Warri. Luckily, there was no casualty as there was nobody within the walls of the building as at the time of the incident at about 1:00pm, the collapsing structure left impacts on two nearby living quarters.

According to sources who were seen at the scene of the incident, labourers working on the building had suspended works in the meantime as a result of the rains, which had been more constant in the last few days. While those living around the area were seen thanking God that no life was lost, a welder working on the site was also captured evacuating his welding machine and other equipment.

It was gathered that the owner of the collapsed building was out of town. A neighbour in the area informed that he (the owner of the building) had refused to engage other professional hands for the construction, saying “he’s both the engineer and the labourer”

In a chat with Nation, the Chairman of Marine Quarters, Mr. Olusegun Awodeyi, stated that residents in the area had warned the owner of the building that the foundation and other parts of the building are not firm enough due to “substandard materials” used for the construction.

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The Sitenews is an online news agency based in Stockholm City that focuses on promoting citizen journalism by encouraging everyday people to report stories about corruption, human rights abuses and other political misconduct in Nigeria and rest of the world.

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