Synagogue: Lagos certified foundation, says engineer

Synagogue Church Collapse Foundation of SCOAN collapsed building showed no sign of stress or strain The Structural Building engineer who supervised the construction of the collapsed Synagogue Church Of All Nations’ building, Engr. Oladele Ogundeji, said on Friday that the Lagos State Material Testing Agency certified its foundation. The six-storey building within the premises of SCOAN had on September 12, 2014 collapsed, killing 116 persons. Ogundeji testified before the coroner’s inquest set up by the Lagos State Government to determine the cause of the victims’ death. Ogundeji, who said he obtained his training in Building Technology and Building Engineering in Yugoslavia, overruled » Read More

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