UPDATE: NEMA spokesperson, Yushau Shuaibu, said the death toll in the building incident has risen to 3. He said rescuers were still at the scene rummaging through the rubbles to see if there are other trapped victims.
A building has just collapsed in Dutse Alhaji, an Abuja suburb, killing two people and injuring nine others.
Although details of the incident is still sketchy, the National Emergency Management Agency says rescuers were still at the scene of the incident battling to rescue more trapped victims.
The nine rescued victims have been rushed to hospital, NEMA spokesperson, Yushau Shuaibu, said.
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