Monday, September 15, 2014

Sniffer Dogs To Help Search For Trapped Bodies At Synagogue Collapsed Building- NEMA

National Emergency Management Agency, NEMA, has said the help of five police sniffers dogs will be needed to assist in locating trapped victims as they are getting closer to areas suspected to have more trapped people. As at noon, Monday, the death toll from Friday’s disaster has risen to 46 from 17 which was the official figure declared by NEMA.
                     
The commissioner of police have ordered the release of the dogs, which NEMA spokesman, Farinloye says will help in early conclusion of the operations, as they will help to detect trapped victims faster.

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  1. It is getting worse

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  2. Ds d kind of country will liv in, someone raising 2 storey buildin to 5, illegal structure! now it hs collapsed and hs taken people's lives he's now attributing spirituality in it, an 9ja govt wuld't look into dis case becos his a Prophet abi pastor, all of a sudden he quickly releases video nonsense abt aircraft flying over d building... anyway let's see how our beloved govt will investigate d issue.

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    1. Chinwe, you should STOP spewing rubbish.

      If Fashola should take steps against this fake pastor, it is Jonathan followers like you that will start saying Fashola is doing it because Fashola is a muslim and that he hates Christians.

      Please stop blaming Fashola or LSG here and look inward to your self.

      The families of those that died or got injured because of the action of this fake pastor can drag this fake man of God to court if they so desired.
      Please don't drag Fashola into this mess. Fashola or the Lagos state government has nothing to do with this mess.

      olu@atlanta.

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    2. Chinwe has every right to ask fashola to take actions mr@olu of ojuelegba

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    3. I am sorry, I respectfully disagree.
      She does not have any right whatsoever to ask Gov. Fashola to take any action.

      People like her will turn around later to accuse Fashola of being Boko Haram.

      If it is the will and desire of the families of those that were killed or injured for the pastor to be punished, they can proceed and sue the shit out of that pastor.

      Please leave Fashola out of this peculiar mess.

      olu@atlanta.

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  3. The rubble was so much the last time I saw the video on tv; so I am not surprised sniffer dogs have been brought in

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  4. Our rescue or emergency system is so slow in this country; perhaps, there are some that would have survived the collapse if help had reached them on time.

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    1. Word. We just need God in this country

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    2. You have just spoken like a wise man. God bless you and increase your wisdom

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  5. May the souls of the departed rest in peace, amen

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  6. It's been almost five days of agony and apprehension for families of the trapped victim. Imagine not knowing what to expect.

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  7. E don reach that ? Chaiii,God have mercy faa

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  8. Hope they are able to recover the trapped bodies before they start decomposing, which could lead to something else. May God help us

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  9. Lagos state government has tried a lot in the past few months in terms of handling a lot of emergency situations. First it was Ebola, and now it is a collapsed building. Eko o ni baje o. God bless Fashola.

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  10. Why didnt they think of the sniffers dog from day one. A lot of people who could have been saved of help got to them on time would have died by now. Just sad.

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  11. By this time, am not sure any survivor is still within the rubbles

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