President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday extended his sympathy to victims of the fire outbreak in the popular Singer Market in Kano, where at least 200 shops and warehouses were burnt.
A statement by the president’s spokesman, Femi Adesina said the president was deeply saddened by the destruction of very valuable goods and property in the inferno.
“The president shares in the pain and anguish of all hardworking Nigerians who lost their wares and belongings in the unfortunate fire incident.
“He assures those who suffered losses from the fire incident that the Federal Government will do all within its powers to support the efforts of the Kano State government to ameliorate their plight,” said the statement.
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