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It was just yesterday that fire destroyed good and properties worth thousands of Ghana Cedis at the Odawna market at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle Interchange in Accra. Several shops have been destroyed leaving many stranded.
Just this morning another fire incident has occured at the Sakumono school complex. It was reported that parts of the school building caught fire this morning. According to an eyewitness, the exact time the fire started cannot be confirmed but during he early hours of the day, fire was seen coming from the middle part of the building.
They then called on the Fire Service to help put out the fire. The cause of the fire is currently unknown. Personnel from the Fire Service have however been able to put the fire under control.
Fire incidents in the country is on the rise and precautionary measures must be but in place to eliminate such incident. Our electrical wiring systems must be taken into consideration since most the recent reported fire incidents are caused by faulty wiring.
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