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Electronic mall in Kogi razed by fire overnight

An electronics mall in Lokoja, the Kogi State capital, PeeLinks, was on Friday night, razed in a fire outbreak.

The multi-million Naira electronics shop located few metres away from the premises of the Federal Fire Service along the Murtala Mohammed road was completely razed in the fire accident reportedly started around 11.50pm.

The incident is coming two days after a tanker explosion claimed the lives of no fewer than 25 people, including students, in Felele, along the Lokoja-Abuja highway.

An eyewitness said that the fire raged on, while residents watched helplessly as the three-storey electronic shop got destroyed.

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