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Otache Sunday talks about life after surviving Lagos building collapse

By Guardian Exclusive
16 December 2022   |   6:58 pm
In 2019, Otache Sunday Emmanuel survived a building collapse, but his pregnant wife and three children were not so lucky. The Benue State native who lives in Lagos and is still grieving the loss of his family shares his story and life after the accident.

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