The Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, has sympathised with victims of the Ikoyi building fall down, describing the incident as a “horrific tragedy”.
“It’s a after all horrific tragedy and my sympathy goes to all of the victims and their households and my most productive wants to survivors and I hope that they’ve the fullest recovery,” Fashola talked about on Thursday.
Describing it as a anguish that wants to be overcome, the minister defined how his crew had made efforts to position determined measures in situation in case of incidents equivalent to this.
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“I became as soon as very alive to with my crew in enacting the Physical and Urban Planning Law. Belief to be in all probability the most issues we sought to gain became as soon as to separate Planning Enable Issuance from building adjust.
“We also made very stringent regulations that if structures fall down below building, we would compile the energy as authorities to forfeit those structures as a deterrent.
“We introduced insurance coverage in the end of and after building as a measure of guaranteeing safeguards. The complete processes are there nevertheless are the actors fascinating to gain what’s serious?” he wondered.