Collapsed Church building: Delta State Government receives panel report, vows to uphold justice for victims

By Gabriel Elozino, Asaba

Delta State Government has received the report of the panel of Inquiry constituted to determine the cause of the collapsed building housing a branch of a church of the Salvation Ministry along Okpanam Road with assurance to uphold justice for victims of the incident.

The Secretary to the State Government (SSG), Chief Patrick Ukah, while receiving the report in his office in Asaba yesterday from the committee that investigated the ugly incidence which occurred on January 11, 2022, said the state government would review it and proffe a lasting solution to the collapse of buildings.

He said the report would assist the government in its commitment to the provision of urban infrastructure and general healthy living environment.

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The SSG assured the victims of the collapsed building that justice would be done at the end of the whole exercise.

Earlier, the Chairman of the panel, Dr. Helen Anazia, stated that the panel had investigated the causes of the collapsed building in the state and made recommendations on how to avert future occurrence.

She commended the panel members for working assiduously in producing the report and expressed optimism that the state government would study the report towards finding a lasting solution to building collapsing in the state.

She thanked the state government for finding them worthy to serve in the committee.

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