Fire razes FCT Minister of State’s residence, No Salvage as Firefighters Grapple with Response Delay

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Blaze Engulfs FCT Minister of State’s Residence – No Salvage as Firefighters Grapple with Response Delay

In a dramatic turn of events, the private residence of the Minister of State for the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Mariya Mahmoud, succumbed to an intense fire on a fateful Sunday afternoon. The blaze left nothing untouched at No. 9, Justice Roseline Ukeji Close, Asokoro, as firefighters struggled to mount a swift response.

Details emerging from the scene indicate a distressing scenario, with the residence being completely razed by the unrelenting flames. Despite the valiant efforts of firefighters, their response was reportedly sluggish, allowing the fire to consume the property unabated.

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As of now, no official statement has been released by the Media aide to the Minister, Mr. Austine Elemue. However, upon contacting him, Elemue confirmed the incident while disclosing that an investigation into the cause of the fire outbreak is currently underway.

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The cause of the fire remains shrouded in mystery, adding an element of perplexity to the unfolding situation. Security operatives and firefighters have converged on the scene, attempting to bring the situation under control.

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The absence of an official statement has left the public in suspense, eagerly awaiting updates on the Minister’s residence inferno. The incident adds another layer of complexity as authorities delve into the investigation, seeking to unravel the circumstances leading to the destructive fire.

Stay tuned for further developments as security operatives and firefighters work tirelessly at the scene, grappling with the aftermath of the intense blaze.

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