The Lagos Condition Authorities says it will demolish the remaining buildings on the land, wherever the 21-storey creating collapsed on Gerrard Road, in Ikoyi.

Idris Salako, the commissioner for actual physical planning and urban progress, disclosed this at a news convention on the handing around of the advanced to the contractor for deconstruction on Thursday in Lagos.

Mr Salako said the buildings would take about 3 months or more, to be demolished, incorporating that the land on which the structures have been situated would be taken about by the state authorities.

He mentioned that the getting around of the land was in line with the point out bodily scheduling law, which mentioned that house owners of collapsed buildings would forfeit the land to the condition.

Lagos govt officials during a news conference on the deconstruction of the remaining building at the site of the 21storey building that collapsed in Ikoyi Lagos on Thursday (16/06/22)
Lagos govt officers during a news convention on the deconstruction of the remaining setting up at the web page of the 21storey building that collapsed in Ikoyi Lagos on Thursday (16/06/22)

According to him, even though the state authorities has not resolved on what the land will be used for, it is possible to be used for some thing that will be in remembrance of all those who shed their life in the ill-fated constructing.

He pointed out that the demolition would be carried out with the fascination of the community, which include the inhabitants, at heart.

Also talking, Tayo Bamgbose-Martins, commissioner for specific responsibilities and inter-governmental affairs, said the state authorities was not indebted to people who had compensated to own residences in the collapsed setting up.

In accordance to him, the government would not take into account compensating them, as the firm that owned the constructing nonetheless existed.

He urged people to generally make certain that buildings they planned to fork out for have been insured.

The state Commissioner for Information and facts and System, Gbenga Omotoso, said demolition of the properties was a single of the suggestions of the panel set up by the authorities, acquiring unsuccessful integrity checks.

Mr Omotoso promised that any motion taken on the project would be in the interest of the community, as stakeholders’ meetings experienced previously been held to interact with citizens and other people in the developing sector.

The Controlling Director of Edge of Styles, Theophilus Lewo, noted that the demolition would acquire about 90 days, but may well be prolonged because of to weather circumstances and the security of the personnel.

Mr Lewo stated that his enterprise would be demolishing the buildings, making use of a controlled approach, by slicing the areas into pieces.

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