The Governors sympathised with the people of the State and families of those who died in the unfortunate incident.
Following the collapse of the 21-storey building at Ikoyi which led to the loss of lives a few weeks ago, governors of the North-West region of the country on Wednesday paid a condolence visit to Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu.
The Governors also sympathised with the people of the State and families of those who died in the unfortunate incident.
The North-West Governors Forum represented by its chairman and Kastina State Governor, Aminu Bello Masari and his Kano State counterpart, Dr. Abdullahi Ganduje, commended Sanwo-Olu for setting up a Tribunal of Inquiry into the collapsed building.
It would be recalled that a 21-storey building, still under construction, collapsed on Monday, November 1 at Gerrard Road, Ikoyi. Fifteen people survived while 45 people died in the unfortunate incident.
Speaking during the visit to the collapsed building, Masari, who was accompanied by Ganduje and Sanwo-Olu, said they were happy that the Governor of Lagos State has instituted a tribunal of inquiry to unravel issues surrounding the collapsed building.
He said: “We are here representing governors of North West to physically come to condole with his Excellency, the Governor of Lagos State, families of the deceased and the entire Lagos community on the unfortunate incident that has happened.
“We pray to God that this kind of thing will not happen again. On behalf of the people of North West, accept our sincere condolences and sympathy.
“We cannot escape high rise buildings in Lagos but we must ensure that it does not cost lives and properties of people.
“We are happy that the Governor of Lagos State has instituted an inquiry tribunal that will unravel what happened here.”