A three story building has collapsed in Port Harcourt – here’s the detailed report…

At the popular Bende Street in old Port Harcourt township, Rivers State, a three story building has collapsed to rubbles on the ground.

The building which is situated at No. 112 Bende Street caved in at about 2.00am on Wednesday, June 29.

It was gathered that the building which was constructed over seven decades ago, has been in a deplorable state for the past four years.

A witness that was around at the time of the incident, stated that no lives was lost and the building was empty when the crash happened.

Here’s what the witness had to say


“The building was one of the oldest building in Port Harcourt known as colonial building. I believe it’s one of the abandoned properties in Port Harcourt after the civil war. It caved in at about 2.00am Wednesday but no life was lost. There were no occupant in the building as of the time it collapsed”.

The state police command through their spokesperson Iringe Grace Kokoconfirmed the incident and stated that no lives were lost.

More images from the incident below…