Synagogue: South Africa's President Vows Action on Nigerian Church Tragedy


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South Africa's president Jacob Zuma has vowed to do all he can for the families of the 67 South Africans killed in the collapse of Prophet TB Joshua's church building last week.

Facing allegations that the South African government`s response to the tragedy was tardy and inadequate, Zuma said he had appointed a ministerial task force to respond.

"They will support families and do whatever is necessary to manage the impact of this tragedy," he said.

A multi-storey hotel linked to controversial preacher and televangelist TB Joshua collapsed on Friday, but it was Tuesday before Zuma announced any South African fatalities.

An advance team of 10 disaster management personnel, including doctors, only flew to Lagos on Wednesday, when hopes of finding remaining survivors had dimmed.

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Source: #Vanguard


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