According to the nation newspaper; Kikuyu police boss Catherine Ringera in an interview that no one was injured during the incident as workers at the site had already left when the building collapsed on Saturday night.
“The building collapsed at night and no deaths or injuries were reported because most of the construction workers who have been working on the building had left for home on Saturday,” Ms Ringera said.
The new advancement comes lower than a half year after three designs that were under development fallen in Kiambu County.
The occurrences have put the district grounds, packaging and actual arranging division on the spotlight in regards to how endowments are finished.
In August last time, a five-story structure that was under development collapsed, killing five individuals and harming north of 10 others.
In September, another six-base design in Kinoo which was under development not completely collapsed. No passings were accounted for.
In October last time, a nine-story structure that was under development in Ruiru, close to Tatu City imploded. Fortunately, no specialists were spot on as it was on a Sunday.
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