An observer in the continuous trial of Synagogue Church of All Nations over the crumple of the congregation working in 2014, Mr. Rafeeq Arogunjo, has told the Lagos High Court sitting in Ikeja that the Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) film of the episode discharged by the congregation was one-sided.
Arogunjo said this while being driven in proof by the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP), Mrs. Idowu Alakija, on Thursday.
The witness told the court that a CCTV cut which was played in the court couldn’t have been the genuine position of how the building fallen.
Two designers, Akinbela Fatiregun and Oladele Ogundeji, close by their organizations, Hardrock Construction and Engineering Company and Jandy Trust Limited and Synagogue trustees, are standing trial over the occurrence.
Arogunjo, who was Air Traffic Control Officer at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport (MMIA) when the visitor house crumpled on September 12, 2014, fought that from his own feeling, the recording tends to sensationalize the occasion in different ways.
“There is a period hole between the time the air ship flew over the building and when the building fallen. The building broken down at 12:44 p.m. furthermore, the air ship was at that point stopped at the air terminal storage at 12:33 p.m. The circumstances on the CCTV film does not mirror this.
“The constant appearance of the air ship floating over the building demonstrated that the video was one-sided to give the feeling that the flying machine brought on the fall of the building.
“The air ship delineated in the CCTV is littler in geometry which deciphered that it was far from the building,” he said.