Onitsha is on fire- that is not the only bad news-Video

Onitsha,one of the biggest commercial cities in Nigeria is on fire.

According to an eye witness report,a truck carrying petrol lost its brakes and rammed into the kerbs bursting out in flames.

The fire started from Toronto hospital part of the city to Upper Iweka into Ochanja Market.

As at the time of filing this report,no fire service truck has arrived to put off the fire and properties worth billions of naira are at risk of being razed by fire.This is sad.

More saddening is the fact that a popular transport company GUO sent their private fire fighting truck to the venue but it was vandalised by hoodlums who claimed that the company acting out of charity arrived late to help.

More details later

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