Residents terrified as mosque collapses in Surulere

No casualty was recorded as the building was said to be empty as at the time of the collapse.

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A Mosque has reportedly collapsed on Sunday, May 17 in Surulere, Lagos.

Report said residents of Zamba street, Ikate, where the incident occurred, scampered for safety as they watched the building come down from a distance.

As at the time of filing this report, no casualty was recorded as the building was said to be empty when it collapsed.

Eyewitnesses said the collapse was sudden, stating that the building did not show any sign of a possible dilapidation – it happened abruptly.

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