Nigeria building safety: Questions after deadly collapse

After a building collapsed killing 20 children, questions are raised about building safety standards in Nigeria.

    A building collapse in Nigeria last month that killed as many as 20 children is raising questions about construction safety standards.

    Many are now asking questions about safety standards and what can be done to prevent similar incidents.

    Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports from Lagos


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