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A 3 years old boy,  Named Abdulkabir Sasore, who survived the school building collapse at Ita Faji on Lagos Island, has said he is afraid to return to school.

The boy was afraid because he was rushed to the hospital after the incident, and the boy was discharged last week Thursday after his healthy was been taken care enough to return home. His mother was also admitted  in a private hospital at the moment where she was being treated for shock.


He said to Nigerians that he was eating in his class when he suddenly heard a loud sound, thinking it was a bomb.

“I was eating in my class when my school collapsed, I heard a loud sound, and our school shook and all of us fell on each other. I was afraid and I didn’t want to go to school that day, I later saw a caterpillar. Though I am fine but my back is still paining me and my neck.” he said

He said I am afraid to go to school again because I don't want to experience a similar incident again.

His Aunty, named Balikis Muhammed, who was taken care of him since his mother is still under treatment for shock, said he was discharged from the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH ) on Thursday, and Abdulkabir his  still on medication and he has an appointment in the hospital  2nd of August.

I am not going to school again - 3 years old



A 3 years old boy,  Named Abdulkabir Sasore, who survived the school building collapse at Ita Faji on Lagos Island, has said he is afraid to return to school.

The boy was afraid because he was rushed to the hospital after the incident, and the boy was discharged last week Thursday after his healthy was been taken care enough to return home. His mother was also admitted  in a private hospital at the moment where she was being treated for shock.


He said to Nigerians that he was eating in his class when he suddenly heard a loud sound, thinking it was a bomb.

“I was eating in my class when my school collapsed, I heard a loud sound, and our school shook and all of us fell on each other. I was afraid and I didn’t want to go to school that day, I later saw a caterpillar. Though I am fine but my back is still paining me and my neck.” he said

He said I am afraid to go to school again because I don't want to experience a similar incident again.

His Aunty, named Balikis Muhammed, who was taken care of him since his mother is still under treatment for shock, said he was discharged from the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH ) on Thursday, and Abdulkabir his  still on medication and he has an appointment in the hospital  2nd of August.

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