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Bisola, Mama Tobi, Jeff Akoh Donate Items To Victims Of Lagos Island Building Collapse

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Three members of The Temple Company including Jeff Akoh and Bisola Aiyeola, paid a visit to the victims of the Lagos Island building collapse that happened on Wednesday, March 13, 2019.




Actress, Bisola Aiyeola was part of a charitable group from The Temple Company, who visited a health center to donate relief materials to the victims of the Ita-Faji three-storey building collapse that happened on Wednesday, March 13, 2019.


She was joined alongside a singer Jeff Akoh and a comedian who is known as Mama Tobi, on a visit to a hospital where those who were affected were receiving treatment.


It was a sad day on Wednesday, when pupils attending the Ohen Nursery and Primary School, were covered in the debris of the building collapse.

In response on her Instagram, Aiyeola captured a mood of appreciation while mourning over the deaths that were recorded after the building collapsed.

"That we wake up and go about our daily activities is a special gift/grace that we must not take advantage of. What I saw today almost broke me till I realized that it was meant to strengthen me and remind me of how lucky/blessed I am.

"If you are reading this from the comfort of your home, office, school, club or on your way to or from one of them, you should be thankful too. May the ill and wounded be healed and the departed Rest In Peace.

"May God also console the bereaved," she concludes in her Instastory.

See photos below


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God we reward u

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More grace to you ma, God bless you

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thanks for the update.

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God Will Surely Reward You People

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Incredible that is a good act

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[ @lisamelz: ] Three members of The Temple Company including Jeff Akoh and Bisola Aiyeola, paid a visit to the victims of the Lagos Island building collapse that happened on Wednesday, March 13, 2019.




Actress, Bisola Aiyeola was part of a charitable group from The Temple Company, who visited a health center to donate relief materials to the victims of the Ita-Faji three-storey building collapse that happened on Wednesday, March 13, 2019.


She was joined alongside a singer Jeff Akoh and a comedian who is known as Mama Tobi, on a visit to a hospital where those who were affected were receiving treatment.


It was a sad day on Wednesday, when pupils attending the Ohen Nursery and Primary School, were covered in the debris of the building collapse.

In response on her Instagram, Aiyeola captured a mood of appreciation while mourning over the deaths that were recorded after the building collapsed.

"That we wake up and go about our daily activities is a special gift/grace that we must not take advantage of. What I saw today almost broke me till I realized that it was meant to strengthen me and remind me of how lucky/blessed I am.

"If you are reading this from the comfort of your home, office, school, club or on your way to or from one of them, you should be thankful too. May the ill and wounded be healed and the departed Rest In Peace.

"May God also console the bereaved," she concludes in her Instastory.

See photos below

that is good of u

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Kudos to the visitors

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Good gesture worth of emulation.

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God will reward you for your good did. You shall never lack again

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LORD YOUR MERCY ENDURETH FOREVER, GOOD BLESS YOU

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This is good

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Wow. nice

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It's only by the grace & mercy of God we live

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This is a development that not just portray empathy and concern to the affected ones, but also, an act of humanity that defines "God is alive"

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They have done well .

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that's kind of you mama.

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Blessed is the hand that giveth

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tragedy story,may those who wounded be I'll,and to those who have gone so soon, may their gentle soul rest in perfect peace,Amen.

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[ @lisamelz: ] Three members of The Temple Company including Jeff Akoh and Bisola Aiyeola, paid a visit to the victims of the Lagos Island building collapse that happened on Wednesday, March 13, 2019.




Actress, Bisola Aiyeola was part of a charitable group from The Temple Company, who visited a health center to donate relief materials to the victims of the Ita-Faji three-storey building collapse that happened on Wednesday, March 13, 2019.


She was joined alongside a singer Jeff Akoh and a comedian who is known as Mama Tobi, on a visit to a hospital where those who were affected were receiving treatment.


It was a sad day on Wednesday, when pupils attending the Ohen Nursery and Primary School, were covered in the debris of the building collapse.

In response on her Instagram, Aiyeola captured a mood of appreciation while mourning over the deaths that were recorded after the building collapsed.

"That we wake up and go about our daily activities is a special gift/grace that we must not take advantage of. What I saw today almost broke me till I realized that it was meant to strengthen me and remind me of how lucky/blessed I am.

"If you are reading this from the comfort of your home, office, school, club or on your way to or from one of them, you should be thankful too. May the ill and wounded be healed and the departed Rest In Peace.

"May God also console the bereaved," she concludes in her Instastory.

See photos below


In did government should do something about this deliberated buildings

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What a pity about that

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That's very kind of the company

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That's good of them God bless you

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That's a good humanitarian gesture

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Great humanitarian gesture how I hope many can copy this

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there have done well

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good to know this now

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Giving to the less privilege is a habit that well meaning Nigerians should imbibe.

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thanks for keeping me updated

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