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Again Spare Parts Traders In Lagos, Loose Millions To Fire Outbreak

There was a fire outbreak Thursday morning at the Olowu spare parts market in Lagos State. Some shops engulfed by the inferno contained air-conditioners for sale, parts of vehicles, and motorcycles, among others. The traders count their losses as the goods lost to the fire are worth millions of naira.

Reports said traders lost goods worth millions of naira to the fire outbreak. The men of the Lagos State Fire Service and security operatives have commenced work at the scene to bring the situation under control.

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Recall that a similar fire incident occurred three weeks after Akere Spare Parts Market on Kirikiri Road, Olodi-Apapa in Ajegunle

Hon. Vincent Anthony Ubani Global Director General on Returning back Igbos investments to south east and South South markets businesses and investments back to Eastern Nigeria region in his reaction as he said this is so worrisome situation as we declare no time on them to act since he said once we set up the steering committee next week 7th April, 2023 we will send delegates to all states for actions to know available sites we can temporary use to start relocations and set up modalities.
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