The South African government soon revealed that 115 South Africans appeared in Nigeria after the collapse of a church in the capital of this country on September 12.
A military plane was in charge this Monday of transporting to Petroria 16 people who were seriously injured in the event.
It was also learned that some 300 South Africans had visited the Church of All Nations in Lagos, which is run by the media evangelical pastor TB Joshua and was the place where the tragedy occurred.
Early reports from local authorities state that the building collapse was due to construction failure.
South African President Jacob Zuma said they were among the highest number of South African victims killed in a single accident abroad in recent times.