ADVERTISEMENT

Edo: Government to set up committee on Uwelu spare part market fire

Obaseki
File photo

The Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki, has said that a committee would be set-up to unravel the cause of the fire which razed some shops at Uwelu spareparts market and guide against future occurrence.

The sparepart market in Egor local government of the state had on Monday night gutted by fire in which goods worth millions of naira were destroyed.

ADVERTISEMENT

Obaseki disclosed this on Wednesday in Benin during on the spot assessment of the market.

ADVERTISEMENT

According to him the committee has one week to investigate the cause of the fire, ascertain the number of traders whose goods were damaged and the monetary value of goods lost in the fire to enable the state government provide assistance to the victims.

“The team will also advise the state government on measures to put in place to ensure that fire outbreaks in markets are minimised,” he said.

The governor assured the traders of his support in order to get them back to business again.

Responding, the Chairman, Motor Spare Parts Association, Uwelu Market branch, Augustine Osaretin, commended the state government for the visit.

Dear Esteemed reader,

As part of our drive to keep improving the content of our newspaper, we are conducting a readership survey to enable us serve you better.

Kindly take two minutes of your time to fill in this questionnaire.

Thank you for your time. Click here to begin

Download Daily Trust News App

Get it on Google Play
Share this article

Dear Esteemed reader,

As part of our drive to keep improving the content of our newspaper, we are conducting a readership survey to enable us serve you better

Kindly take two minutes of your time to fill in this questionnaire.

Thank you for your time.

Join us on


Share your story with us: 08189301900 (Whatsapp and SMS only) Email: dtonline@dailytrust.com

Complain about a story or Report an error and/or correction: +2348189301900

DISCLAIMER: Comments on this thread are that of the maker and they do not necessarily reflect the organizations stand or views on issues.