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Posted by: Yakub Oloyede
« on: January 13, 2018, 12:49:52 AM »



No less than 100 shops, gear and products worth a large number of naira were on Friday bulldozed by an inferno at an area of Sango Plank Market in Ibadan.

As per reports, the market had seen numerous such fiascos previously, with the last bulldozing more than 300 shops.

Abdul-Akeem Olanrewaju, the Chairman of Ibadan and Area Carpenters' Association, Ibadan North Local Government Area, said that the inferno was accounted for to have begun at around 2 am. He said that the inferno would have consumed the whole market and some encompassing houses yet for the quick mediation of the Oyo State Fire Service.

The executive, who charged that the inferno more likely than not been caused by incendiaries, said there was a law that each shop should near to 7 p.m.

"We have a team that for the most part goes out on watch at the end of the market to guarantee that no electrical apparatus or machine is left associated with control supply.

"We likewise have night protects. I don't think this fire debacle was from control supply and our machines,'' he said.

Moshood Adewuyi, the Director of Oyo State Fire Service, told newsmen at the scene of the fire episode that the fire unit was quickly assembled to the scene promptly a pain call was made to his office.

Adewuyi, who regretted the degree of harm, asked the dealers to be watchful with their working devices and maintain all wellbeing methodology, saying fire nearly gutted the encompassing houses.

The Police Public Relations Officer in the state, SP Adekunle Ajisebutu, told newsmen that Abiodun Odude, the State Commissioner of Police, had gone to the scene to evaluate the level of harm.

He said the police supervisor guaranteed brokers of security and sufficient examination to learn the reason for the inferno.

Among the early guests at the market were Bolaji Abayomi, the Caretaker Chairman of Irepo Local Council Development Area.

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