Known as the 1925 Building, you probably won’t get any prize for guessing when it was completed seeing as it also has 1925 written in concrete at the top of the building.
Said to be the first building built in the area that’s is now called the Rivers State Secretariat complex, it used to be the administrative seat of government in Port Harcourt in colonial times. Although parts of the building has offices that are still in use, most of the structure is in disrepair and is slowly crumbling.
Hopefully the state government decides to restore the whole building like it did with the Brick House.
N/B: I find it boring shooting colonial structures without subjects lurking around in the frame. So most of what I share in this series will probably be portraits with old buildings in it. If you have access to old buildings and you’re up for a shoot let me know.