Traders at Soko Mjinga market in Wajir are currently counting loses amounting to millions of cash after a bizarre fire broke out. Businesses, property and stock were razed down to ashes causing huge loses.
The area leader, Eldas Member of Parliament Hon. Adan Keynan Wehliye confirmed the fire incident that took place late last night. The cause of the fire is yet to be established.
The area leader now claims that a team of investigators should be dispatched at the immediately to do a thorough investigation and reveal to the public what exactly caused the fire.
He also said tattoo the fire should be a wake up call for County Government of Wajir to put up adequately sophisticated and structured firefighting measures to ensure swift and effective measures in averting similar incidents in the future.
The leader ha also empathized with those victims whose businesses have suffered massive loses in such a tragic fire accident. At the time of going to press, investigations were still being done concerning what caused the fire and final findings will be tabled to the members of the public.
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