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Friday, 4 December 2015

247ureports:- Kano on Fire: Sabon Gari Market Set On Fire, Over 65 Igbo Shops Damaged

Kano on Fire: Sabon Gari Market Set On Fire, Over 65 Igbo Shops Damaged


Information available to 247ureports.com indicates that hell may have broken loose. This is according to the latest information indicating that the largest market in Kano State [Sabon Gari Market] was set on fire by unknown persons in the early morning hours of Friday. The was set between 12midnight and 2am. READ

According to eyewitness account, the fire was targeted at the section of the market where used cloths and furniture materials are sold. The area of the market is reported to be dominated by Igbo merchants. An approximated number of shops destroyed by the fire was pegged at 65. As at 5am Friday morning, the fire was extinguished by fire fighters who were already stationed near the market.

The market is reported to have security guards guarding ll the entrances of the Market. The night time is said to have guards who secure all the perimeters of the markets. The fire brigade is also located within the vicinity of the market. It is unsure how the assailants got access to the market to set the fire.

It is also unsure if the set was set deliberately.

More details coming

Source 247ureports

7 comments

  1. He who has ear let him hear. The signs are so clear. Biafrans in the North will definitely be attacked because of the LIES of some Yoruba media. Biafrans, the message is very clear, COME BACK HOME". It's very obvious, what happened many years ago in the North is about repeating itself. You have the capacity now to avoid it. BRING BACK YOUR CHILDREN HOME! The signs keep flashing.

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  2. they will not return, they are Igbo-Arewa Nigeria

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  3. Why are you worry about them ? they are chiefs in hausa land and have a home and good live, leave them the hause will kill them again .

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  4. Why are you worry about them ? they are chiefs in hausa land and have a home and good live, leave them the hause will kill them again .

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  5. They are starting up a fight dey won't finish, how cld u b in anoda man's land and claim u can over power him? I feel so sorry for the ibos, dey had beta droped dis biafra of a tin o, hehehe. My hand no dey o, I go jst fly commmot for the country go relax for uk

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  6. Anonymous pls where are you from? You better stop saying that your sorry for IBO's , i believe you are not a Biafra citizin . i hate your word nosens.

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  7. Nkyigwe
    I dreamped that Biafra is come and anyone who is not prepared for it might as well not listen to the call to return to their fatherland Biafra. I believe that this dream is already accomplished by Chiukwu Okikeabiama.

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