Onyinye Enekwe, a Nnamdi Azikwe University graduate, is among those buried beneath the wreckage of Ikoyi’s collapsed Gerrard Terrace building.
Onyinye, 26, was a personal assistant to Femi Osibona, the owner of Fourscore Homes, who was also trapped under the collapse.
Onyinye joined Fourscore Homes just a week before the incident, according to her cousin, Chinedu Enekwe.
A photo of herself at the site was sent to her older sister in the morning before the building went down.
Per reports, since the building collapsed, Chinedu revealed that the family hasn’t heard anything from Onyinye. Her wedding for slated for next month, December 21.
Reacting to this development, friends have taken to her Instagram to mourn her demise.
Meanwhile, soldiers in Nigeria have been advised against recording their activities by the Nigerian Army.
The army issued the warning in a statement signed by K.O Bukoye on behalf of Chief of Army Staff Farouk Yahaya.
The army claims that filming military activities has become commonplace in recent years and that it violates the army’s social media policy.
The army statement urges various commands to educate troops on the importance of refraining from such behaviors that endanger their safety.
The statement reads,
“Recent happening reveals that troops are still in the habit of taking pictures and videos while conducting operations. This habit has become worrisome as it goes contrary to the social media policy and also portends dire consequences, especially for the personal security of troops.
“It will be recalled that several directives have been given with regards to the aforementioned. This continued act, therefore, suggests the need for continuous sensitization of troops at various theatres.
“In view of the foregoing, I am directed to respectfully request you direct formations and units under your command to continually sensitize troops to desist from taking pictures or videos of operational engagement in their various AQRS. Please treat as important and acknowledge.”
26-year-old Woman Set To Wed In December Among One Of Those Trapped Under Collapsed Ikoyi Building
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