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NSCDC visits family of officer killed in Anambra building collapse

The Command of the Nigeria Safety and Civil Defence Corps in Anambra State has visited the household of late Stanley Anikpe, who was killed when a two-storey constructing collapsed at Ekeoyibo Market, Amawbia in Awka South Native Authorities Space of ​​the state.

The State Commandant of the NSCDC, Olatunde Maku, on Tuesday led a delegation of high officers on a condolence go to to the household of the deceased.

Anikpe misplaced his life within the collapsed constructing, underneath development, whereas he was shopping for uncooked supplies at a market on Thursday. About three different victims have been additionally killed within the collapsed constructing, with a number of others trapped.

He mentioned: “The go to is in response to the tragic demise of Anikpe, who misplaced his life within the collapse of a two-storey constructing underneath development at Ekeoyibo Market, Amawbia, in Awka South Native Authorities Space of ​​Anambra State on Thursday, July 4, 2024.

“We prolong our honest condolences to the bereaved household. The passing away is a surprising loss not solely to the household but in addition to the NSCDC.”

Maku assured the household that the Commander Normal and the Corps would make sure that the recollections of the late Anikpe wouldn’t be forgotten.

He additionally promised that the Command and the Corps would assist the household throughout this troublesome time and that they need to take consolation in the truth that Anikpe has lived a life worthy of emulation.

“On behalf of the Commandant Normal, Dr Ahmed Abubakar Audi, we’re deeply saddened by the lack of DSC Anikpe whose companies have been nonetheless sorely wanted by the Corps. We pray that the Lord Almighty grants you and your households the consolation and fortitude to bear this irreparable loss,” he added.

The widow of the deceased, Mrs. Anikpe Florence, expressed her gratitude to the State Commandant for the go to, describing it as a present of solidarity and compassion from the NSCDC.

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