The Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Gbenga Omotoso, said this in a statement on Wednesday, where operation at the site of the collapsed Ikoyi building had resumed.
According to him, the identification of bodies of the victims of the incident has continued at the IDH, Yaba, Lagos.
“So, far, 32 families have come forward to submit samples for DNA to identify bodies that they wish to claim.
“In cases where identification is clear and there are no arguments, the bodies will be released to the families.
“A committee to supervise the identification and release of the bodies has begun work. It comprises senior officials of the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Justice,” he said.