A specialised Canadian crew has arrived in Nigeria to analyze the reason for the current explosion on the Canadian Excessive Fee in Abuja, which reportedly killed two individuals.
It could recalled that the incident occurred on November 6, 2023, leading to a tragic toll with two lives misplaced and two people sustaining accidents. Within the aftermath, the fee suspended its common operations, apart from the visa software centres, which remained operational in Abuja and Lagos.
In an announcement launched on Tuesday, Demilade Kosemani, a spokesperson for the Canadian Excessive Fee, disclosed that the investigative crew is about to collaborate with related Nigerian authorities to conduct a radical inquiry into the incident.
The crew’s mission is to unravel the explosion’s circumstances, shedding mild on the occasions main as much as the tragic incident.
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“Following an explosion within the generator room on the Canadian Excessive Fee in Nigeria on November 6 that claimed two lives and left two others injured, a crew of technical consultants from Canada arrived in Abuja to conduct a proper investigation to find out the elements and situations that led to the explosion.
“Efforts are being undertaken to coordinate the work of the Canadian investigation crew with the related Nigerian authorities in keeping with their respective mandates,” the assertion reads.
“Because the investigation unfolds, the Canadian Excessive Fee stays dedicated to cooperation with Nigerian authorities, aiming to determine the details surrounding the explosion and contribute to resolving this unlucky incident.”