Plaza owned by Anglican Church burnt down in Abia

OHAFIA-TV News | Plaza owned by Anglican Church burnt down in Abia

A section of the shop plaza belonging to St. Mary’s Anglican Church, Ohokobe/Umuohu Ndume Ibeku in the Umuahia area of Abia State was gutted by fire on Sunday.

According to reports gathered, the inferno completely destroyed properties including assorted sewing machines, instruments, generators said to belong to a tailor.

Eyewitnesses who pleaded anonymity during an interview with our correspondent at the scene, in Umuahia, attributed the fire outbreak to electrical surge.

The men of the Abia State Fire Service with their fire fighting vehicles stormed the scene to control the fire outbreak in further not to affect a branch of the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), EDDC Electricity high tension and residential houses around the area.

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Meanwhile, lamenting the huge loss caused by the fire, the operator of the affected shop, who gave his name as Mr. Suleiman, said the incident has caused him traumatic shock and appealed to the state government and good spirited individuals to come to his aid, as the incident is a setback in his efforts for daily bread and survival.

Suleiman further cried out that the ugly scenario has hit a blow on him as he had nothing to refund or compensate his teaming customers whose clothing materials meant for sewing destroyed the inferno.

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