The fire outbreak occurred over the weekend, when a petroleum tanker believes to be owned by Amanita and Sons reportedly lost control, turnover, and exploded, leaving flames in the air.
Speaking in a brief interview after he toured the area, Mayor Kojiee expressed regret over the incident and extended kind words to the victims.
He lauded firefighters and community dwellers for their support in curbing the disaster and assured victims that an investigation will be launched into the matter.
The Monrovia City Mayor at the same time assured the public that in a sooner possible time said rigorous measures will be put in place to regulate the movement of heavy-duty vehicles and other flammable products along the Water Street road.
Meanwhile, the disaster last week left at least eight persons wounded while scores of people were made homeless with property and businesses worth over $US 200, 000 damaged.