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Goods, property destroyed as fire razed popular Karmo market in Abuja

Merchandise and property worth huge number of naira, were last evening, annihilated at the well known Karmo market in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja.

The market which is packed without open streets was around four years prior devoured by comparable fire occurrence which made numerous dealers battling to begin once more in the midst of monetary difficulty when the most recent episode happened.

last night episode began around 11:30 pm.

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