“God spared my life” Man working in collapsed Ikoyi building just before it fell narrates how he narrowly escaped being buried in the rubble

"God spared my life" Man working in collapsed Ikoyi building just before it fell narrates how he narrowly escaped being buried in the rubble

“God spared my life” Man working in collapsed Ikoyi building just before it fell narrates how he narrowly escaped being buried in the rubble.

A man has told of how he escaped the Gerrard Terraces building as it collapsed. Innocent Amos, a graduate who works as a bricklayer, said he was working on the 12th floor and had just stepped out to get more plaster to continue working.

He says he then noticed a “cracking sound” while standing close to a pillar and he quickly ran away as the 21-storey building came down in a heap, burying scores.

"God spared my life" Man working in collapsed Ikoyi building just before it fell narrates how he narrowly escaped being buried in the rubble
"God spared my life" Man working in collapsed Ikoyi building just before it fell narrates how he narrowly escaped being buried in the rubble
"God spared my life" Man working in collapsed Ikoyi building just before it fell narrates how he narrowly escaped being buried in the rubble

Another mam named Dougha Jude also took to Twitter to reveal that he was working in the building and left moments before it collapsed.

"God spared my life" Man working in collapsed Ikoyi building just before it fell narrates how he narrowly escaped being buried in the rubble
"God spared my life" Man working in collapsed Ikoyi building just before it fell narrates how he narrowly escaped being buried in the rubble

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