This afternoon on Angel FM "breaking news", a man called Desmond Osei Yaw who lost 4 of his family to a fire outbreak last month has made it known that his lanlord is demanding an amount of 200,000 Ghana cedis to repair the burnt house.
On the 24th of last month, a fire outbreak at Kumasi Buokrom claimed the life of two women, a 12year old girl and a 4 months old baby. One of the women was Mr Desmond's wife while the other was his mother inlaw.
According to the man, the landlord started demanding for a fee one week after the incident. He was very surprised of the Landlord's insensitive actions, and claims he didn't even bother to visit the family at the hospital neither did he attend their burial .
The man added that he has reported the incident to NADMO but he is yet to receive any help from them. The landlord is also claiming that he is receiving pressure from the rest of the family to get the house fixed.
The question the tenant is asking is, is he the one to pay for the damages caused? If the reports from the Fire Service says the fire outbreak is as a result of a fault from the family
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