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Fire destroys Kano Singer commodity market


A fire outbreak that started at midnight on Monday has destroyed shops at Kano State’s popular commodity market, Singer Market.

According to eyewitnesses, the fire was not put out until around 8 a.m. Firefighters and marketers worked together to bring the situation under control and prevent the fire from spreading.

Abubakar Aminu, one of the burnt-out marketers, said he received a call from gatemen around 1:15 a.m., but when he arrived at the market around 2:00 a.m., his shop was ablaze and he couldn’t save any goods.

According to him, the fire spread to three more plazas, each of which housed over 100 shops containing goods worth millions of naira.

“To be honest, we’ve suffered a great deal.

My neighbor, whose shop was also burned to the ground, stocked three trailers of goods last night.They’re all gone now,” he explained.

“The house is called Gidan Sojoji and has about 10 shops in front and warehouses inside,” said Basiru Dauda Kunya, who is on the scene. “The fire spread to Savanah House and then to Bello Dandago Road.”

Singer, located on Ibrahim Taiwo Road in Kano, is the state’s largest food market.

This is the third fire outbreak in the state’s major markets in less than two months.

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