A family of six narrowly escaped death following the collapse of a two-storey building at Amawbia bypass, Awka South Native Executive Sing. It became once gathered that the building owned by one Anene, completely collapsed on a residential building and a store around 11:PM on Wednesday night, June 2. Amongst the six participants of the family, four sustained minor accidents whereas two had been critically injured and currently receiving clinical consideration in a clinical institution. It became once further learnt that properties and items worth over one million naira had been destroyed due to the incident The head of the family, Mr. Augustine Ikeji, who spoke to the Anambra Broadcasting Provider, ABS, thanked God for saving his most necessary other and formative years especially his 2-year-vulnerable daughter, who became once buried by the particles. On her part, the landlady of the affected residential building, Mrs. Amaka Okonkwo, a widow and the shop owner, whose items had been trapped by the collapsed building, Mr. Sunday Nwaezi blamed the incident on unpleasant supplies, unveiling that the building began to present indicators of collapse prior to its completion. A tenant, Lady Ogechukwu Ndu frowned on the circulate of the collapsed building owner, whom she mentioned absconded on hearing the incident, appealed to the express authorities to desire circulate in opposition to him to lend a hand as a deterrent to other unpleasant builders. Speaking in some unspecified time in the future of his journey to to the scene of the incident, the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Awka Capital Territory Pattern Authority, ACTDA, Outdated skool Amaechi Okwuosa described it as heart-broken, and disclosed that the building became once built with out adequate approval from ASUDEB. Okwuosa, who revoked the ownership of the land mentioned, it now belongs to Anambra Sing Executive as contained in relevant sections of the express regulations on building collapse. The post Family of six escapes death as two-storey building collapses in Anambra seemed first on Linda Ikeji Blog.