Fortunately according to his statements, nobody was in its occupation at the time of its collapse and investigations to determine the owner as well as those who are responsible for its construction have commenced.
Due to poor constructions and illegal follow of procedures layed down by the Kenyan ministry of lands, roads and construction, many buildings have collapsed and mostly in Nairobi and it's environs.
It's however so sad how the constructors of such premises risk the lives of others in the aim of cashing inn big. County governments have however promises to do their best and see that all buildings have followed the proper guidelines even though at times some go against the restrictions given by completing and renting off to innocent Kenyans who have no knowledge of the risks they place themselves in.
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