One of the major problems that Nigeria is currently facing today is unstable electricity light.
For Decades no State in Nigeria can boast of supplying 24 hours of electricity light to their community and this need to be addressed by the government to boost the country economy
It was sad news for concerned persons in Kwara State on Wednesday night as inferno erupted from candlelight gutted a building after days of a power outage.
After days of a power outage, candlelight fire didn't only gut the building but also killed a mother and 4 of her children in Kwara
According to a report garnered the fifth child of a woman narrowly escaped death during the outburst of the inferno which occurred at the Ifesowapo community, Tanke Ilorin.
The inferno developed and allegedly caused by candlelight which resulted in flames while the deceased was asleep.
The father of the house was said to have not slept with them when the incident occurred. However, the only surviving child is receiving medical attention in the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital.
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