An early morning fire outbreak on Saturday razed some parts of Araromi Market at Agodi Gate, Ibadan, Oyo State. Properties worth millions of naira burnt at Araromi market this morning. The video of the fire outbreak was recorded and posted on Facebook by a Popular Ibadan Radio Presenter, Oriyomi Hamzat.
One of the people living around the Araromi market said the fire outbreak was caused by the sparking of electricity when Power Holding Company, PHCN brought light this morning.
The man said, immediately the Market gate caught fire, people started looking for water, but before they could see water, the fire has extended to the Market and Shops started burning.
One of the victims of the Araromi Market Fire Outbreak that happened this morning at Ibadan, Oyo State has cried out after seeing Oriyomi Hamzat.
The woman said all the goods in her shop that Worth Million of Naira have been burnt by fire.
SHe said, My life has ruined, Where can I start From?"
You can watch the video HERE
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