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FIRE GUTS 10 SHOPS AT WUSE MARKET IN ABUJA                                                                                                               12-03-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                        No fewer than 10 Shops were razed down during a fire incident at the Wuse Market in Abuja.

The fire has since been brought under control by a combined team of the Federal Fire Service, FCT Fire Service, and a construction company Fire Department.

The cause of the fire is yet to be ascertained.

The FCT Emergency Management Agency FEMA received a distress call on the112 emergency toll-free number at 4.05 pm about a fire incident at Wuse Market.

The Agency as the lead coordinating body for all emergencies in the FCT, activated its stakeholders including the FCT Fire Service, Federal Fire Service, National Emergency Management Agency,( NEMA) and FCT Police Command, to the scene of the incident.

No life was lost in the fire incident.

Meanwhile, the Ag Director General of FEMA, Mr Mohammed Ibrahim Sabo has appealed to FCT residents to equip their homes and business places with basic fire fighting equipment like extinguishers and fire blankets.

He noted that the 10 Shops affected by the fire incident did not have extinguishers.

Mr. Sabo also noted that access to the place was unhampered allowing the fire trucks to effectively fight the fire.

The Ag DG appealed to the market management to put a fire tinder in place and urged FCT residents to avoid storing petroleum products and other combustible items in their homes.

He called on residents to always use the 112 emergency toll-free number in the event of an emergency.

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