The Lagos State Tribunal of Inquiry into the collapse of the 21-storey building on Gerrard Road in Ikoyi has submitted its report to the state government.

Presenting the report on Wednesday at the Governor’s Office in Alausa, the Tribunal Chairman, Toyin Ayinde, stated that the team was able to execute the assignment successfully.

He explained that they visited the project site for a general assessment, coordinated the activities of the consultants who conducted tests on the site, as well as received and reviewed documents from relevant Ministries, Departments, and Agencies.

Ayinde revealed that the Tribunal also conducted 35 interview sessions, interrogated 91 people, requested and received 21 memoranda; as well as accessed the home of the late Chief Executive Officer of Fourscore Heights Limited, Mr Olufemi Osibona.

According to him, the visit was to gather relevant information to support the Tribunal’s fact-finding mission.

The Tribunal chairman added that Osinona’s house was accessed in the presence of members of his family, where some documents that were scanned helped in gaining further insights into the case, particularly the processes that led to the construction and eventual collapse.