The State Commissioner for Transportation, Ladi Lawanson, disclosed this yesterday at an expanded stakeholders' engagement with victims and relatives of those affected by the accident.
He said the vehicles were identified through a forensic investigation by the
State's Vehicle Inspection Service (VIS).
The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Transportation, Taiwo Salam, said there were 42 cars, seven buses, three trucks, two pick-up vans and one tricycle.
He also said the owner of the affected fuel tanker and its registration number had been identified.
He said efforts were being made to arrest the fuel tanker's owner and prosecute him/her.