Not less than seven people have lost their lives while one other is critically injured from Monday’s building collapse in Jos, according to the Plateau State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA).
The two-storey building located at Butcher Lane in Jos, belonging to one Rufai Kabiru collapsed on Monday evening.
Junni Bala, SEMA Director of Search and Rescue, who confirmed the casualty figure today in Jos said the figure may increase.
“That was the figure as at last night. The figure may increase today because we are continuing with the search and rescue operation this morning,” she said.
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