LP’s Rhodes-Vivour Donates N15m To Victims » Ngnews247
Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, Lagos state Labor candidate for governor, donated 15 million naira to the victims of the burnt Ajegunle spare parts market.
He visited the market on Wednesday, March 8, to offer condolences to shop owners whose properties were razed in the fire incident.
It was earlier reported that a mysterious fire had gutted the Akere Spare Parts Market in Ajegunle, Lagos, destroying properties worth millions of naira.
After pledging 15 million naira in donations, Rhodes-Vivour also assured victims that the market would be rebuilt to international standards.
Lagos state Labor Party governor candidate GRV donated 15 million naira to the victims of the burned market in Apapa Olodi area of Ajegunle.
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Margaret Adeseye, director of the Lagos State Fire and Rescue Service, said firefighters quickly brought the fire under control and prevented it from spreading.
Adesai said; “Ajegunle Fire Station of the Lagos State Fire and Rescue Service is the first respondent on Wednesday morning at approximately 03:28 am at Akere Spare Parts Market, Kirikiri Road, Akere Bus Stop, Olodi-Apapa, Ajegunle, Lagos .
“On arrival, rows of auto parts trading shops were found engulfed in flames, prompting the agency’s Sari-Iganmu and Ilupeju fire brigades to join forces to put out the raging blaze and salvage a nearby Main Market Petroleum petrol station along with other adjacent buildings Together a fully loaded 33,000 liter PMS tanker.
“However, an adult male was found at the scene by the Tolu Police Station and reported to have died of gunshot wounds as he did not show any signs of burns, while the Lagos Neighborhood and Security Team and the Red Cross were also present. The cause of the fire is suspicious, A detailed investigation and post-mortem count is required to account for the number of locked stores and missing merchandise.”