By Sola Ogundipe & Chioma Obinna
IN continuation of the efforts by Lagos State government to alleviate the plight of victims of the Dana air crash, Governor Babatunde Fashola is to hold talks with the families of the victims today, even as nine bodies have been cleared for collection from the Lekan Ogunsola Memorial Mortuary, Ikeja.
A source at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, LASUTH, confirmed to Sunday Vanguard that salient matters such as the payment for the DNA testing, release of identifiable bodies and compensation, among others, are expected to top the agenda of the meeting which is scheduled to take place as from 2.30pm at the Lagos House, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos.
It was also gathered that all the relations of the crash victims have already been intimated of the meeting with the governor and are expected to attend so as to clarify once and for all, the grey areas
connected with the delay in the release of bodies of the crash victims.