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Saturday, September 13, 2014

Collapsed 6 Storey Building: 'Nobody Died' - T.B Joshua's Synagogue Church Asserts.

Information filtering out from Prophet T.B Joshua's Synagogue claimed 'nobody died' in the collapsed 6 storey building incident recorded at the place.

Here are details of the assertion as sourced.

'Official information from the confines of Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), the venue of the tragic collapse of a two storey building earlier today, claim 'nobody died' in the mishap.

This is contrary to widespread reports of multiple deaths and injuries in the development that has attracted myriads of reactions.

Sources who spoke with within the popular church claimed 'no death was recorded'.

One of the insiders insists an official statement to the effect will soon be issued.

The source further insists the statement is about to be issued on the express approval on church, Prophet 

Temitope Balogun Joshua by the information department of the church.

'The prophet explained exactly the same thing to some of the concerned people that came here this evening' the source disclosed.

The insider was however silent on the extent of the damage interms of injuries and structure in questions, as well as the cause of the collapse maintaining 'it will all be addressed in the press statement we will issue'.

Earlier today, news hit town that the Ikotun, Egbe- Lagos situated Synagogue Church of All Nation's building had collapsed. And that many died, with countless injury recorded.

Digs by revealed the main tourist attraction of a structure of the church remains intact.

The collapsed building is actually a 2- storey building that houses guests of the internationally recognised church from far and near.

It is located a bit back from the big money structure signature of the church that sits enviable crowd.

Unconfirmed reports about town on the incident give high number of people as dead. And many injured with emergency workers hard at work trying to minimise the damage.

Insiders at the place however insists no death was recorded and rescue workers tending to injured and speedily bringing situation under control.'

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