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  • Tue. Jan 25th, 2022

Collapsed 21-Storey Building At Lagos: Statement Of Pastor Matthew Ashimolowo About Femi Osibona, Developer Of The Collapsed Building, Who Died At The Scene

Mr. Femi Osibona has been addressed as a hard working Man by Pastor Matthew Ashimolowo, the Senior Pastor of Kingsway International Christian Centre (KICC).

The Pastor noted that Mr. Femi Osibona had sent him a video that he was building three towers alongside on Alexander Road, Ikoyi Lagos State Nigeria.

Mr. Femi Osibona whereabouts was unable to be known, because he was noted to be in the building when the building Collapse, he was announced to have died in the rubble, because the developer was on a visit to the site of the building at the time of collapsing.

Mr Femi Osibona was the builder of 360 Degrees Towers in Ikoyi, also the Managing Director of Four Score Properties.

Pastor Matthew Ashimolowo Statement About Femi Osibona in a video goes thus;

“He said after listening to my tapes, he built 12 apartments in London, in a part called London fields and had sold eight.

“He came again and said to me Pastor Matthew, lay hands on me; where else should I go again?

“He said he wants to go to South Africa, that I should pray for him. Ladies and gentlemen, he went to South Africa and built 125 houses in Centurion close to Johannesburg.

“He broke through exponentially, then he called me and said pastor where are you sir? I want to come to you.

“I said I was in Ghana preaching. He took a plane and came to Ghana from South Africa.

“He said where should I go again? I said look I am not your financial adviser go and meet your financial adviser.

“He said you are doing better than them. So I laid hands on him and prayed for him.

“I said go to Nigeria your country. Femi comes to Lagos, buys a land in Ikoyi; he builds 40 apartments and sells each one for like a million dollars.

“As I’m talking to you now, Femi sent me a video that he is building three towers together on Alexander Road in Ikoyi.

“One is 14 floors, one is 16 floors and one is 21 floors; this guy used to sell shirts and tie in Abuja.

“He didn’t even have the shirt and tie. He went to others to get for me during that crisis.

“Now he has three towers; I’m even wondering who should be laying hands on who— whether me the pastor, or him.”

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