Yesterday under cross examination, the contractor responsible for the stricken guest house revealed a crucial piece of information:
The building did not have a permit from the government and Lagos State Building Control Agency were not consulted before the building was constructed. In other words, the buildin g was illegal. Remember, this is a direct contradiction to what the SCOAN representative said on Channels TV.
The contractor is naturally quick to assure the court that the building couldn’t possibly have collapsed due to structural defect, but thankfully stops short of supporting SCOAN’s ridiculous conspiracy theories. Now that it is official that the building was not approved, unless it can be proven that the collapse was caused by some other party (unlikely) the culpability is getting closer and closer to TB Joshua’s doorstep.