Dozens of shops and property worth millions of Naira set ablaze in Maiduguri – details
Dozens of shops and property worth millions of Naira were reportedly destroyed in Maiduguri.
News agency who report this says that the fire started at about 8:00 pm and lasted for several hours before it was extinguished through the fire servicemen, security personnel and members of the community.
However, Mr Ambursa Pindar, the Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the Borno Fire Service who confirmed the incident, said that the service deployed five fire-fighting vehicles to the scene of the fire.
Pindar however said that the service would conduct assessment to ascertain the extent of damage. An eye witness, Mr Abdulrahman Tahir, said the fire started at one of the shops and engulfed other shops in the market. Tahir, a cell phone vendor, lamented that a number of traders lost their goods to the fire. He, however, said that he successfully retrieved his goods by the rapid response of the fire service men and security personnel who put out the fire.
Meanwhile, reports have it that armed security personnel were deployed to the market to guard against looting by hoodlums.
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