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Operations resume at Kano’s Ado Bayero mall after fire outbreak

Ado Bayero Mall, a popular shopping complex in Kano has announced that they have restored full operations after the Wednesday’s  fire outbreak which razed part…

Ado Bayero Mall, a popular shopping complex in Kano has announced that they have restored full operations after the Wednesday’s  fire outbreak which razed part of its building.

In a statement signed by Ike Okeke, the management of the mall said the fire outbreak primarily affected the B wing of the mall and  resulted in minimal damage which was not enough to affect the overall operations of the mall.

Daily Trust Saturday reported that workers who suffered suffocation from the smoke in the building were evaluated and fire fighters from the state fire service succeeded in putting out the fire.

“Currently, we are conducting a thorough investigation into the cause of the fire to prevent any future occurrences. We are also working closely with all tenants and relevant authorities to ensure the affected areas meet stringent safety standards,” the statement said.

The statement added that the Ado Bayero Mall maintains a rigorous preventive disaster management protocol, including regular fire drills in collaboration with both the Federal and Kano State Fire Service Departments, to ensure effective management of such events should they arise.

This, it said, facilitated a swift response from its team in containing the incident.

“We remain dedicated to the safety of our patrons, staff and assets. We are committed to minimising any potential long-term impact and are strengthening measures to prevent a recurrence of this unfortunate incident,” the statement added.

 

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