By TERYIMA ANDREW-
More dead bobies have been uncovered at the collapsed building in Jos, the Plateau state capital.
Nine dead persons were evacuated from the debris of the building Monday night.
And on Tuesday, four more bodies were uncovered including the remains of one Alhaji Kabiru, who until his death was the caretaker of the three storey building.
However, Alhaji Kabiru’s seven years old son was removed from the debris unhurt; a trader who hail from Makurdi also died in the tragedy.
The building collapsed Monday evening has so far killed 13 persons, amongst them, three children and a pregnant woman who was newly married, also died.
The deputy governor of Plateau state Prof Sonni Tyoden, has visited scene of the incident and commiserated with surviving victims.
The deputy governor who expressed worries over the incident, said government will direct agency responsible in ensuring standard of buildings in the state to satisfy evey building within the state capital.
According to the deputy governor, any building that is substandard and not habitable, shall be mark for immediate demolition.
Prof. Sonni Tyoden said the action has became necessary, to prevent further loss of lives and property.
Some of the victims were seen with various degrees of injuries, and are been treated at the Plateau state specialist hospital in Jos.
Meanwhile, rescue mission by officials of NEMA, SEMA and other volunteers have continued at the building.
The building houses a pharmaceutical store, shops and residential homes with lost of property worthy millions,
Most of the victims who died in the building have been buried according to Islamic rites on Tuesday morning; their funeral prayers was held at the central mosque Jos.