The Nigerian Institute of Building and other critical stakeholders in the built environment will celebrate the maiden edition of the Builders’ Day in honour of those who died in a building collapse in Lagos.

The 13th day of March every year which has been set aside as The Builders’ Day, is to remember the five- storey building that collapsed at No 63, Massey Street on the Lagos Island on March 13, 2019, killing over 20 people, who were mostly school children.

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Speaking ahead of the day, the National President of the NIOB, Builder Kunle Awobodu said the Builders’ Day will be an annual event, would feature a nation-wide sensitisation campaign against substandard building construction.

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He further stated that the sad and painful incident caused by substandard building construction, which has become a common practice in Nigeria, should be a reminder to stakeholders in the building industry on the fatal implications of non-compliance with appropriate building construction process.

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