Lagos - The remains of 54 South Africans who died in the collapsed building at the Synagogue of All Nations are to be repatriated after the bodies were sorted out through DNA, PM News reports.
Lagos State governor, Babatunde Fashola gave the approval for the South African Government to repatriate the bodies at the State House, Marina on Wednesday evening after the South African Government complained about the delay in releasing the bodies.
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Chief Medical Examiner for the state, Prof. John Obafunwa said 116 bodies were recovered and had been subjected to post-mortem examination, such as finger printing, photography, collection of samples, among others.
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