The survivor who told reporters he was a recent graduate of the University of West London also maintained that sabotage was to blame
One of the many survivors of the tragic incident which occurred On September 12 at the Synagogue Church Of All Nations said it was “Satan” not structural failure that caused the collapse which killed at least 90 people.
According to Vanguard, the man identified as Taiwo Taiwo was among the 131 people pulled out from the rubble of the collapsed guest house at the church premises.
28-year-old Taiwo told reporters in a briefing organised by the church that he was helping visitors at the guesthouse, which could accommodate up to 350 people in its dining hall.
“Most of them were actually in the church having a lecture from the Wise Man (Joshua). People were coming back to have their lunch,” he said
“I just noticed a very sharp sound and I looked up and I saw the wall just coming off…, like something you see in the movies. It didn’t look real.
“Consciously, the (Holy) Spirit said to me, ‘This is not normal’. Next thing…, it was all dark. People were screaming, shouting. I just kept calm.”
Taiwo who appeared uninjured apart from a bandaged finger, said the accident happened at about 1:10 pm and he was only pulled free at 5:05 pm the following day.
The survivor who told reporters he was a recent graduate of the University of West London also maintained that sabotage was to blame.
“I believe it was an attack. Obviously everything that is not good comes from Satan,” he said.
“The idea… that people are thinking that it is a collapse, it’s not possible… I’m very sure of that because the structure was solid.”
Prophet T.B. Joshua announced on Sunday that he will be visiting South Africa in honour of members who lost their lives in the collapse.