Lagos Govt Offers Shelter To Building Collapsed Victims
Governor Akinwunmi Ambode at the Lagos collapsed building

The Lagos State Government has created an accommodation for the victims of collapsed buildings.

Concise News understands that the state government has opened a resettlement camp for victims of collapsed buildings in the state.

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The State government through its Twitter handle disclosed that the victims would be accommodated at the State Relief/Resettlement Centre, Igando in Alimosho Local Government Area.


The Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Mr Kehinde Bamigbetan, Speaking during a tour of the Resettlement Centre at the weekend, stated that Governor Akinwunmi Ambode has approved that those affected as a result of the ongoing demolition of defective buildings be resettled at the Relief Centre in line with international best practices.


To this end, Bamigbetan stated that the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency’s Resettlement Camp/Relief Centre is ready to accommodate no fewer than 500 displaced persons from Tuesday, March 26.

He declared that the exercise is part of the State government’s efforts to ensure that the effect of loss on the victims is mitigated to the barest minimum.

Also speaking the General Manager of the State Emergency Management Agency, Adesina Tiamiyu, said that the camp would be open for three months after which the government would review the need for an extension.

Tiamiyu added that a medical team would arrive at the Resettlement Centre later on Monday (today) to ascertain the health status of those affected, while the Igando General Hospital will handle referrals from the camp.

The Igando Resettlement Camp has facilities to provide relief for affected victims, including those living with disabilities.