Uncompleted three-storey building collapses in Delta

A three-storey building under construction in Okpanam within Asaba capital territory  has collapsed.

Report from the area indicated that the building located in Amachai area of the community near Oluchi secondary school suddenly collapsed at about 9 pm on Wednesday as youths cordoned off the environment.
Confirming the report, the state police public relations officer DSP Bright Edafe said that no life was lost in the disaster.

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