Salvation Ministries Church Reacts To The Collapse Of Their Church Building
Say the church is committed to provide all the necessary support while investigation is ongoing.
Dez Mayorz Report.
Salvation Ministry whose headquarters is in Port Harcourt has reacted to the accident that happened in their Asaba church building, says Salvation Ministry Home of Success thoughts and prayers are with the families of those affected.
“Salvation Ministry is aware of the incident that occurred on 11th January, 2022 at Okpanam, Asaba, Delta State, Nigeria in a one-storey building which the Church occupies the first floor as the tenant with other tenants occupying the ground floor.
The Church is currently working with relevant authorities in investigating the cause (s) of the accident.”
“Our immediate thoughts and prayers are with the persons and families affected by the accident, and the church is committed to provide all the necessary support while investigation is ongoing.
God bless you.”
Dez Mayorz Media earlier reported that the Secretary to Delta State Government, Chief Patrick Ukah said that no person reportedly died from the Salvation Ministries church collapsed building in Okpanam Road, Asaba, Oshimili North Local Government Area of the state.
Chief Ukah, while speaking to Dez Mayorz Media in Asaba said that why many worshipers sustained injuries, with three of them in critical condition, no death was recorded as rescue efforts gradually comes to an end.
He added that by Wednesday town planning and other government approving agencies will investigate the possible cost of the collapse, stressing that with the noticeable ongoing reconstruction in the building, there are a lot of questions to be answered, if indeed approval was given for the work.
In contrary to SSG statement, some media bodies reported that 10 persons died from the building which caved in during church service at about 5:55 p.m where the Church is being used for the first time.
Dez Mayorz Report.