The workplace of the Independent National Electoral Commission in Obollo-Afor, Udenu Local Government Area of Enugu State has been wrecked by 12 PM fire.
The reason for the fire, which was said to have happened late on Thursday isn’t known at this point.
The police affirmed the fire occurrence in an explanation by the Enugu State police representative, Daniel Ndukwe, named ‘Fire episode at INEC office in Obollo-Afor: CP orders the lead of the careful examination to determine the reason for the fire flare-up and harms caused’.
The assertion noticed that the joined endeavors of the state fire administration, occupants, and security offices kept the fire from destroying different workplaces.
The assertion read partially, “Following a misery call got at Udenu Police Divisional Headquarters of Enugu State Command on 13/05/2021 at about 2140hrs, claiming that there was fire episode at the Obollo-Afor Office of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in Udenu L.G.A. of the State,
“Agents appended to the Division quickly dashed to the scene while reaching Fire Service Office nearby to speedily extinguish the fire.
“Primer examination recommends that the fire, which was in the end put out before it could spread to different workplaces around the structure, through the consolidated endeavors of the State Fire Service, the Police and well behaved residents, may have been brought about by a force flood because of abrupt force supply to the structure.
“Then, the Commissioner of Police, Mohammed Aliyu, has requested the cordoning off of the scene and dispatch of an exhaustive examination to additionally discover the genuine reason for the fire episode and harms brought about.”