Weeks after the tragic tanker explosion along the Otedola Bridge inward Berger, Lagos Mainland that rocked the entire state, the Lagos State Government (LASG) has announced that victims of the incident should report for a meeting with its representatives tomorrow, Tuesday, July 24, 2018.
InsideMainland gathered that the meeting scheduled to hold at the Bagauda Kaltho Press Centre, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos Mainland, by 10:00 am seeks to brief the victims of the conclusion of the investigations into the incident as well as provide necessary details of compensation.
In a letter signed by the Director, Vehicle Inspection Service, Engr. A.G Toriola of the Ministry of Transportation, the meeting is also expected to involve the officials of the Nigerian Insurance Association who are seeking to have access to the damaged vehicles in order to take necessary steps in ensuring the prompt and proper payment of compensation to victims and their families.
Recall that in June 2018, twelve people were confirmed dead while over fifty cars were burnt as a result of the explosion involving a tanker with registration number NSR 888 YQ.