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fire Raze Maiduguri, Monday Market



fire Raze Maiduguri, Monday Market

the cause of the late-night fire is yet to be ascertained; goods worth millions of Naira were confirmed to be destroyed by the inferno.

Following an outbreak of a major fire incident which has razed the famous Maiduguri Monday

Market, President Muhammadu Buhari has called for vigilance as winds and rising temperatures

increase the risks of fires in forests, homes, public buildings and markets.


The President expressed grief over the destruction caused by the early morning fire on

Sunday, said the nation’s prayers and condolences were with the hardworking traders and their

families who have reportedly saved very little or nothing from the fire.


fire Raze Maiduguri, Monday Market

President Buhari commended the immediate response of the Governor, Professor Babagana

Zulum’s government, to the incident and directed effective coordination and collaboration

between federal and state agencies to bring needed relief to those affected.


The President urged the state and federal agencies responsible for fire management to strive

towards higher levels of preparedness and mitigation efforts and strengthen their response

mechanisms to deal with the increasing menace of the market and other fire disasters.

fire Raze Maiduguri, Monday Marketfire Raze Maiduguri, Monday Marketfire Raze Maiduguri, Monday Market


NCDSC Officers involved in a ghastly road accident

The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps lost about Two of its officials in a lone ghastly motor accident at the giri fly-over along the gwagwalada express road. The vehicle was loadedwith election materials that littered the highway.

A total of about 2 officers who were deployed for electoral duties lost their lives. In contrast, others sustained various injuries in a lone motor accident along the Gwagwalada area of the Federal Capital. The territory is on Friday afternoon at about 3pm.


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