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Dugbe Market Inferno: Dare Sympathizes With Traders

Following the fire outbreak at the Alawo, Dugbe Alawo market which resulted in the loss of goods worth millions of Naira, Youth and Sports Development Minister, Mr Sunday  Dare has expressed deep sympathy to the  traders who lost their wares in the inferno.
According to Dare, “I sincerely sympathize with the traders whose shops were destroyed by the fire outbreak at the famous Dugbe Alawo Market. This incident coming on the heels of the fight against Covid-19 pandemic is  unfortunate and quite pathetic. My thought is with those whose shops were destroyed by this unfortunate fire incident. We pray that this type of  unfortunate incident does not re -occur”.
The incident  reportedly started from a shop before extending to other parts of the famous market.
Following the fire outbreak at the Alawo, Dugbe Alawo market which resulted in the loss of goods worth millions of Naira, Youth and Sports Development Minister, Mr Sunday  Dare has expressed deep sympathy to the  traders who lost their wares in the inferno.
According to Dare, “I sincerely sympathize with the traders whose shops were destroyed by the fire outbreak at the famous Dugbe Alawo Market. This incident coming on the heels of the fight against Covid-19 pandemic is  unfortunate and quite pathetic. My thought is with those whose shops were destroyed by this unfortunate fire incident. We pray that this type of  unfortunate incident does not re -occur”.
The incident  reportedly started from a shop before extending to other parts of the famous market.
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