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Agony As Fire Razes Commercial Building In Anambra

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There was mild pandemonium after a commercial building located at Atani Road by Uga junction in Ogbaru Local Government Area of Anambra State went up in flames.

The state’s Fire Chief, Mr Chukwudi Chiketa, shared this information with reporters in Onitsha.

Chiketa said: “We received a distress call at about 5.17 am today and I immediately deployed our gallant firefighters to the scene of the fire incident.

“The incident occurred at the top floor of a story building inside GMO company, situated at Atani road by Uga junction, Okpoko.

“Though, the top floor of the one-storey building was affected but there were many savings including other structures and property inside the company’s premises.”

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He mentioned that the firefighters managed to contain the fire to the top floor of the building and the cause of the fire was still under investigation.

He urged residents to promptly reach out to the fire service in any emergency to minimize damage before the fire brigade arrives.

In another report, the Anambra State Comptroller of the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Godwin Nzeribe, has sought the support of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), on border security and immigration management.

Nzeribe made the call when he visited Commandant Maku Olatunde, at the NSCDC Command Headquarters, Awka on Thursday.

He said the inter-agency synergy would help address the problems of illegal migration, human trafficking, and other transnational crimes.

Our agencies’ alignment with the Ministry of Interior necessitates a synergy to achieve our mandates effectively, in terms of enhancing border security and immigration management in the state. 

“My visit to your office is to obtain briefs and to strengthen the inter-agency synergy between NIS and NSCDC.

“Thank you for your warm reception and continued collaboration with NIS,” he said.

Responding, Commandant Maku Olatunde, reaffirmed NSCDC’s commitment to collaborating with NIS.

The Eastern Updates

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