Letters: Who should be held responsible for the building collapse in Banjul?

[The Standard - The Gambia] - 15/09/2020
Dear editor, The collapsed building at Angle Sea Street in the city of Banjul is barely five years old? However, if it is proven that the building was substandard, then someone will have to be brought to account. For example, in the recent building collapse in Greater Banjul, it appears the (...)
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