22 BODIES RECOVERED FROM THE RUBBLES. *SANWO-OLU SETS UP PANEL OF INQUIRY.
Written by Margaret Eke on November 3, 2021
A five-man panel of enquiry has been set up to investigate the remote cause of the high rise building that collapsed in Ikoyi
Members of the panel are, Mr Toyin Ayinde, a town planner, Dr Akintilo Idris, a Structural Engineer, Yinka Ogundairo, an Architect, Godfrey O. Godfrey, a builder and a lawyer, Bunmi Ibrahim, while another Lawyer, Ekundayo Onajobi, will serve as Secretary.
Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu who announced this during his second visit to the site of the collapsed building at No. 20 Gerrard road Ikoyi, on Wednesday ,said the panel had thirty days for the assignment.
In addition, a help desk has been created at the site for families and friends of people trapped under the rubbles to get information.
Governor Sanwo-Olu said autopsies are been conducted on the bodies recovered and that the identities of the corpses would be ascertained by tomorrow.(Thursday).
Twenty-two people have so far been confirmed dead in the building collapse incident.
Our Correspondent Omolara Omosanya reports that rescue operation is still ongoing.