Ikoyi building collaspe shows how haphazardly living conditions are in Nigeria – Stephanie Coker

Nigerian media personality Stephanie Coker [Instagram/StephanieCoker]

“Citizens have become desensitised to the most horrific accidents. It’s not normal for a trailer to fall on a car. It’s not normal for a building to just collapse.”

Stephanie Coker says Ikoyi building collaspe shows how haphazardly living conditions are in Nigeria. Nigerian media personality Stephanie Coker has berated the Nigerian system and how it has failed its citizens.
The multi-talented actress made this known via her Instagram Stories on Friday, November 5, 2021, while reacting to the collapse of the high-rise building located at Ikoyi, Lagos.

“We live haphazardly in Nigeria and subjected to so much trauma. We have to pray about everything because the bare minimum standards are nonexistent in most sectors in Nigeria,” she wrote.

“Citizens have become desensitised to the most horrific accidents. It’s not normal for a trailer to fall on a car. It’s not normal for a building to just collapse.”
“I couldn’t even sleep last night just thinking about the human beings trapped in Ikoyi. There needs to be more value placed on the human lives in Nigeria.”

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