Kabiru Sasore, one of the young school pupils who survived the Lagos building collapse, is now scared of going back to school.
A report by The Nation has shown that a three-year-old survival
He said he was eating in his class when he suddenly heard a loud sound, thinking it was a bomb. “I was eating in my class when my school collapsed, I heard a loud sound, and our school shook and all of us fell on each other. I was afraid and I didn’t want to go to school that day, I later saw a caterpillar. Though I am fine but my back is still painting me and my neck.”
He said he is afraid to go to school again because he does not want to experience the similar incident again. His Aunty, Balikis Muhammed said he was discharged from the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH ) on Thursday, adding that he is still in medication and has an appointment in the hospital next Thursday.
“His mother, Idera, is not feeling fine due to the shock
Another survival, Farouk Abimbola, Seven years old, in Primary 3, said he was in his class and lectures were ongoing when the
His Aunty, Titilayo