Ghana has not been spared from firebreaks this year. The country has witnessed quite of them and various reasons have been given for the cause of fires. From political reasons to old wires, Ghanaians have given different reasons to justify the large fire outbreaks.
Information coming in and confirmed by Adom TV has it that some parts of Makola Market has been engulfed by fire. The fire started around 7am and since then it has engulfed a lot of stores. The Fire Service were late to arrive and are currently trying to stabilize the place. There have been loud blasts as objects keep going ablaze. There are quite a number of banks close by and many fear the fire might spread to that area.
Residents are complaining that the fire tenders and fire men are not enough as the firemen have tried all their best and yet still the fire is seeing no end. The firemen are saying that their tenders have malfunctioned. The residents argued that the fire started small but because there were no tenders the fire has spread out. The firemen refused to speak to the reporter.
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