Lagos State government appreciates individuals and organisations that have heeded its call to support victims of the Abule-Ado-Soba explosion.
No fewer than 20 people died and property worth billions of Naira destroyed in the March 15 disaster.
Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu set up a N2 billion Emergency Relief Fund to provide relief for the victims of the incident and released N250 million towards the cause.
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State Governments and Corporate Organisations have donated to the relief fund. Dangote Group and Zenith Bank have contributed N100million each to the Fund.
The fact-finding Committee constituted by Governor Sanwo-Olu to determine the cause of the explosion and proffer recommendations to prevent a reoccurrence will soon complete its assignment.
The Lagos State Government solicits further support from wealthy and well-meaning individuals as well as private and public institutions to rebuild the community because the financial resources required to restore Abule-Ado-Soba are enormous.
The Abule-Ado Emergency Relief Fund accounts are domiciled in three banks: Polaris Bank – 4030017510; Zenith Bank – 1017184516; and Guaranty Trust Bank – 0568615688.
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