Fire guts Army headquarters in Abuja

By AdvocateNews on 02/03/2021

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The Nigerian Army Headquarters complex in Abuja was on Tuesday gutted by fire.

The Nigerian Army Director of Public Relations, Brigadier General Mohammed Yerimah, confirmed this in a statement.

He attributed the cause of the inferno to faulty electrical installations.

The statement said: “Electrical fault sparked a minor fire incident at the Army Headquarters Complex, Abuja, Tuesday morning.

“The incident which happened at about 10.15 am was as a result of a minor electrical fault in one of the offices.

“The Army Headquarters complex is currently undergoing some renovation involving electrical rework.

“The Nigerian Army Fire Service Department has since put out the fire. No casualty was recorded during the incident and normalcy has since returned to the complex.”

Posted 02/03/2021 9:54:02 PM

 

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