Nigeria collapse: Families find peace at last

By Drum Digital
06 March 2015

There has been speculation that some of the bodies from the Scoan tragedy were misidentified, but most families are certain they’ve buried their loved ones.

For the families of the South Africans who died in the collapse of a guesthouse belonging to Prophet TB Joshua’s The Synagogue, Church of All Nations (Scoan) in Lagos, Nigeria, it has taken a long time to find closure.

But now, thanks to the medical technology of DNA tests, most are finally satisfied that the bodies returned from the tragedy are those of their loved ones, and that they have since been able to bury them properly.

Read more in the 12 March 2015 issue of DRUM!

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