Lagos - The rescue operation at the site of the collapsed six-storey building owned by the Synagogue Church of all Nations has been concluded, Leadership reports.
The National Emergency Management Agency and the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency which announced that a total of 131 people were rescued while 80 bodies were recovered from the site.
Some of those rescued alive, according to them, have been discharged, while others are still receiving treatments for various degrees of injuries at some hospitals in Lagos.
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The founder of the church, TB Joshua on Thursday broke his silence the incident, where he denied lack of cooperation after rescue workers complained of a lack of cooperation from Joshua and the church authorities, which included preventing the emergency services from accessing the site until Sunday.
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