Friday , December 4 2020
Home » Uncategorized » Osinbajo visits site of collapsed building in Abuja

Osinbajo visits site of collapsed building in Abuja

Ag. President Yemi Osinbajo on Friday expressed satisfaction with the effort and prompt response of emergency, rescue operators and security agencies at the collapsed building site at Jabi, Abuja.
Osinbajo, who visited the scene at about 6.47 p.m on Friday, said that all hands were on deck to rescue and save the lives of those who could have been trapped in the building.
He said that all the agencies concerned were present, including the necessary equipment to rescue the trapped persons.
“I am quite satisfied with the level of activities to ensure that this very unfortunate incident is not made worse by loss of lives.
“So, I think that as far as the whole process of ensuring that those who may be trapped under this collapsed building, the whole process of ensuring that they are rescued is well under way,” he said.
The Skybirdnews Group gathered that the building located at the Jabi District, Abuja, collapsed at about 1.30 p.m.
The Minister of the FCT, Malam Muhammad Bello, who was also at the scene, and commended the rescue personnel for their prompt response.
He said that after the rescue operations, proper investigations would be carried out on the incident.

About Editor Charles

Check Also

Lagos BRT Buses On Fire, NPA HQ, TVC Other Facilities On Fire In Lagos

  By Our Correspondents Hoodlums have set the Oyingbo Terminal Bus on Lagos Mainland on …

Lagos government shuts down entire state

  Agency Report Nigerian authorities declared a 24-hour lockdown in Lagos, Africa’s most populous city, …

PROF. ELEMO TO DELIVER 19TH INAUGURAL LECTURE AT AJAYI CROWTHER UNIVERSITY

Prof. (Mrs) Gloria Nwakaegho Elemo, the immediate past C.E.O/DG of Federal Institute of Industrial Research, Oshodi (FIIRO) …

Expert proffers solution to plight of  FCT traders

  By Charles Nwaoguji The Chairman/CEO Chebez Global Ventures LTD.,  Mr. Achebe Gabriel Iweka has called …

FCCPC opens active investigation into competition and possible consumer rights violations in pay tv industries

By Skybirdnews Group Pursuant to Sections 17(b),(e),(g), (s),(x) (y), 18(3), 59, 61, 62, 69,70(1)(2), 72, 73, …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Copyright @ 2018