Buhari sympathises with victims of Sokoto market fire incident, calls for improved safety standards


President Muhammadu Buhari has expressed sympathy and solidarity with victims of the Sokoto Central Market fire incident.
In a sympathy message Wednesday, the president said: “I am deeply moved by this fire incident because of its huge adverse impact on the economic life of the people who struggle daily to earn a living.

“To see your investments go up in flames is particularly painful and I sincerely send my heartfelt sympathy and solidarity with all the victims, and pray to God to replenish your losses,” he said.

While directing federal aid agencies to respond to the urgent needs of the victims of the disaster, the president called on market authorities to train traders and facility managers on basic safety precautions to forestall frequency of fire outbreaks.
“once the traders are trained on the risk factors, it will go a long way to minimise the frequency of fire outbreaks at business places,” he said.

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