Nigerian Music Star, Paul Okoye better known as Rudeboy, has joined the millions of people discussing the collapsed 21-story skyscraper in Ikoyi.
Rudeboy has reacted to the unfortunate collapse of a 21-storey building in Ikoyi, Lagos.
On Monday, an unfinished 21-story building on Gerard Road in Ikoyi, Lagos State, collapsed, trapping an undetermined number of people beneath the wreckage.
Emergency personnel were dispatched to the location, and three people had been rescued as of press time, while 10 others had died.
According to estimates, the project has sold out 65 percent of its units and is scheduled to be completed in 2022.
According to Gbolahan Oki, general manager of the Lagos State Building Control Agency (LASBCA), the owner of the collapsed 21-story construction received approval for a 15-story building rather than a 21-story building.
He went on to say that the property owner would be prosecuted since people died and because the building was constructed with inferior materials.
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Rudeboy, who was jogging through the estate at the time of the tragic incident, tweeted a video of the collapsed structure. The building appears to be near his neighbourhood, and traffic has deteriorated as a result of the rescue attempt.
The Singer, who shared the video, counselled people to live their lives and not try to please others.
According to him, while some individuals are trapped in the fallen building, others are attempting to get to work.