Lagos - The Council of Registered Engineers Investigating Panel has heard that there has been no evidence found of a building plan approval for the collapsed section of the Synagogue Church in Lagos State government records, Vanguard reports.
This is according to the testimony of Oladotun Lasoju, Deputy Director in the Lagos State Ministry of Physical Planning and Urban Development.
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The panel is investigating the conduct of two engineers involved in the construction of the Synagogue Church of All Nations which collapsed on September 14 2014.
The two engineers are facing criminal charges before a Lagos State High Court for their involvement in the construction of the building.
The witness testified that there was no trace of or physical proof of any building plan approval in the State records which is a damning indictment of the building process.
- News 24