One of the famous city in Ghana, Kumasi has been faced with serious mishap as news reaching us at this hour confirmed another sad news that hit Kumasi. However, this is not the first time that this kind of thing is happening in the country as it was revealed that fire ravaged over 40 shops at the Kumasi Central Market.
According to reports, goods worth millions of Cedis were totally destroyed by the inferno but the only exciting news is that out of 48 shops, only 40 shops is seriously affected by the fire outbreak. Residents has come out to implore marketer men and women to be extremely careful while dealing with electrical appliances.
Although the cause of the fire outbreak has not been revealed, but some of the Kumasi Central market persons believed it was due to carelessness and mishandling of things. And the market pioneers has call on everyone to be patient while investigation will take place so as to know the cause of the fire outbreak.
We plead with Ghanaians to be very careful at this time and God will protect us all.
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