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Lagos demolish defective buildings

By GuardianTV
15 March 2019   |   3:11 pm
The Lagos state government today made good its word to begin demolishing buildings earlier marked defective. The demolition exercise is coming in the aftermath of a three-story building that collapsed on Wednesday in Ita Faji, a crowded neighbourhood in Lagos Island.

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