According to reports, the school had over 120 pupils. Of this figure, nine have been confirmed dead, some rescued and taken to the hospital while many may still be trapped.
Ambode has promised that a full-scale investigation would be carried out but for now many are counting their losses.
Meanwhile, the Nigerian Red Cross has solicited for blood gifts for those injured in the building collapse.
“It was propelled by the MD of the General Hospital, so they can have enough blood in the bank to help the setbacks of the crumbled building.
“At the point when an incident like this occurs, blood gifts are constantly required to fulfill the need of those needing blood transfusion.
“It is a decent opportunity for the blood donation center to recharge in light of the fact that there are individuals who need to help.
“A portion of our individuals who are expected for blood gift will be accessible,” he told NAN.
See some photos and video of rescued children.
I hope you will remember this video when the government starts demolishing illegal houses 😭😭😭#LagosBuildingCollapse pic.twitter.com/mvola1qryw— Mosvin Bami #Cegar (@mosvinbami) March 14, 2019
Follow @BishopIkedi1Residents are looking for personal belongings in the debris. #LagosBuildingCollapse @dwnews pic.twitter.com/Du7j7fPV7y— Fanny Facsar (@FannyFacsar) March 14, 2019
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