- Two people died in the state of Taraba after a church collapse in Takum parish
- The two victims of the church collapse were identified as Demenege James and Mwueze Terzunwe
- Meanwhile, Takum Council Chairman Shiban Tikari said the injured were being treated at a primary health center in the community
A church building in the state of Taraba collapsed, killing two people and injuring many believers. The church, the Holy Ghost Church, is located in Chanchanji Township, Takum Township, State.
Takum Council Chairman Shiban Tikari confirmed the incident to Channels Television over a phone call on Saturday.
The victims – Demenege James and Mwueze Terzunwe – are said to have worshiped in the church in Peva village before the building collapsed.
He announced that the injured were being treated at a primary health center in the community.
Tragedy when a two-story building collapsed on a Nigerian pastor
Meanwhile, a pastor identified as Daniel Obasi has died after a two-story building in the Ikorodu area of Lagos collapsed on Tuesday July 20th.
The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) announced that the building under construction is in the Tap a Road 77, Oke-Ojo in the community of Isawo.
The deceased pastor is said to have been the landlord of the collapsed property. Ibrahim Farinloye, the acting zone coordinator of NEMA’s Southwest Zone Office, confirmed the incident.
APC commends Buhari for appointing Mustapha Habib as new NEMA boss
Meanwhile, the All Progressives Congress (APC) has expressed excitement at the recent appointment of Ahmed Mustapha Habib as the new General Director of NEMA.
Habib, a graduate in business from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, has succeeded Air Vice Marshal Muhammadu Alhaji Muhammad (rtd).
In a congratulatory letter from the APC’s incumbent National Secretary, Senator John James Akpanudoedehe, was signed, the ruling party thanked President Muhammadu Buhari for considering the new appointee worthy of his position.
LASEMA shares photos of a 5-year-old boy dying in the collapse of a building in Lagos
< p class = "align-left"> Thunders day July 8th was indeed a day of mourning for the residents of Church Street on Lagos Island was confirmed dead as a toddler in the 19th building after the building collapsed.
The Lagos State Emergency Management Agency. reported the problem on their Facebook page (LASEMA) on Thursday, saying it received an 911 call on its toll-free line on the night of the unfortunate day.
LASEMA said the Officials were quick to call the scene and rescued many residents of the area, except for a five-year-old boy.