Synagogue Tragedy: Lagos State Will Not Seal Church Yet

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……..As building documents buried under debris
The Lagos State Commissioner for Physical Planning and Urban Development, Olutoyin Ayinde has said there was no plan by the government to take over the site of collapsed building owned by SCOAN.
The Commissioner who reiterated the position of the ministry that the six-floor building did not have approval, said the state was still conducting investigation to determine the cause of the collapse. Ayinde said ‘’the government does not arbitrarily take over property when investigation is still ongoing. The government is conducting a preliminary investigation into the violation of relevant planning law, residents are assured that government would take appropriate action’’.
A team of engineers from the ministry and other state government agencies have taken samples from the scene for detailed analysis and testing of the building. On the airplane that allegedly flew low over the building 50 minutes before the collapse, Ayinde said the government had submitted the video clips as provided by the church to the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority for professional comments and advice.

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