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Three Children Die In Jigawa Collapsed Building

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Three Children Die In Jigawa Collapsed Building

The remains of the deceased had since been released to their families for burial.

Jigawa State Police Command has confirmed the death of three children in a building collapse that occurred in the Dutse Local Government Area of the State.

DSP Lawan Shiisu, the Public Relations Officer of Police Command in Jigawa, who confirmed the death said the incident occurred on Wednesday morning in the Yakasai area of Jigawa Tsada village.

According to him, the collapse was due to heavy rain recorded in the area.

“Three children namely; Farida Idi, 6, Mariya Idi, 3, and Bilkisu Yahya, one and a half, all of Yakasai in Jigawa died on the spot before they could be rescued,” Shiisu said.

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He explained that upon receipt of the report, police moved to the scene, evacuated the victims, and rushed them to General Hospital, Dutse, where a Medical Doctor on duty certified them dead.

Mr Shiisu added that the remains of the deceased had since been released to their families for burial.

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“Three children namely; Farida Idi, 6, Mariya Idi, 3, and Bilkisu Yahya, one and a half, all of Yakasai in Jigawa died on the spot before they could be rescued,” Shiisu said.

He said that upon receipt of the report, police moved to the scene, evacuated the victims, and rushed them to General Hospital, Dutse, where a Medical Doctor on duty certified them dead.

“Three children namely; Farida Idi, 6, Mariya Idi, 3, and Bilkisu Yahya, one and a half, all of Yakasai in Jigawa died on the spot before they could be rescued,” Shiisu said.

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He stated that upon receipt of the report, police moved to the scene, evacuated the victims, and rushed them to General Hospital, Dutse, where a Medical Doctor on duty certified them dead.

He, however, said that the remains of the deceased had since been released to their families for burial.

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