Robert Nyong, the managing director of Lekki Garden Homes, was on Thursday granted bail on self-recognition by Chief Magistrate Afolashade Botoku of an an Ebute Meta Court.
She had slammed a bail of N10 million with two sureties on Taiwo Odofin, one of the contractors of the collapsed building.
She ordered that the duo should report at the State Criminal Investigations and lntelligence Department, SCIID, Panti-Yaba, between the hours of 10.00 a.m., and 5.00 p.m., everyday until the police investigations were concluded.
She asked them to submit their international passports and should not travel out of the country until the case was concluded.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Ms. Botoku had on March 11 ordered the remand of Robert Nyong, MD of Lekki Garden Homes and Taiwo Odofin, one of the contractors handling the project at their first arraignment following a remand application brought before it by the police.
Mr. Nyong is the owner of the five-storey building that collapsed in Lekki area of the state which killed 35 people.
The police had urged the court to remand the two defendants pending when they would conclude investigations.