Many shops and properties were caught up in flames at the scene of the fire incident.
There were no casualties in the inferno, but multi-million naira properties were reportedly destroyed, leading to colossal loss.
A victim of the fire outbreak and owner of some of the properties razed by the explosion, Mr. Femi Williams, asserted that over 20 shops went up in flames, destroying properties worth over N35m.
He added that two of his vehicles and a drilling machine were adversely damaged by the inferno.
Federal and State fire service personnel arrived at the scene of the fire incident, as well as security operatives, to put the raging fire out and also to maintain public order and serenity.
The accident restricted vehicles from plying the road, as a result of heavy traffic and a great number of motorists, around the scene of the fire incident.
Photo source: mynigeria.com and naija360.ng
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