She said all their reading and writing materials were lost in the rubbles.
Daramola, who is heavily pregnant, said the family now lives with a sympathiser in the estate.
She said, “Since the incident happened, my kids have stopped going to school. All their schooling materials were lost to the building collapse. I hope they will go back to school soon, when I’m able to replace their study materials.
“The situation is just too terrible. Within three days, I lost much weight. My three children (all boys), I and my unborn baby now sleep on a small mattress. My children fell sick at the same time due to the sudden change of environment.
“They have continued to tell me ‘Let us go home; let us go back to our house.’ I always tell them we do not have a home anymore. They were used to the comfort of the three-bedroom flat but now, we live in a room offered to us. It is painful; very unbearable.”
Her husband, Olalekan Daramola, now resides in his bar, which is situated close to his former home.
Daramola said he was home with his wife and three children when the building collapsed and they escaped with only the clothes they had on.
“It has not been easy. I’ve been living here since then. I don’t have money to rent another house. To rent this kind of house, one needs more than N400,000 because this kind of house in this area is N300, 000 per annum and one needs to pay agency fee and agreement for two years; everything would be N420,000. Where am I going to get that kind of money now?”