Lagos state governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, reveals names of six survivors of collapsed Ikoyi building

Lagos state governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, reveals names of six survivors of collapsed Ikoyi building

The Lagos state governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has revealed the names of the six survivors so far rescued from the rubbles in the Ikoyi building collapse.

 

Speaking to newsmen at the site of the collapse, the governor gave the names of the survivors as Oduntan Timilehin (26); Ahmed Keleku (19, from Cotonou); Sunday Monday (21, suffered left leg fracture); Adeniran Mayowa (37, hip injury); Solagbade Nurudeen (33, pelvic injury) and Waliu Lateef (32).

 

He said three other survivors have so far been discharged from the hospital.

 

The governor said bereaved families would be invited to identify their loved ones latest Thursday after autopsy has been conducted on the bodies recovered.

 

He also announced that he would be signing an executive order to give legal backing to the Panel of Inquiry set up to investigate the immediate and remote causes of the unfortunate incident.

 

He gave the names of those on the panel to be Tayo Ayinde (Chairman); Ekundayo Onajobi (Secretary); Idris Akintilo; Yinka Ogundairo; Godfrey. O. Godfrey and Mrs. Bunmi Ibrahim.

 


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