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Traders in Tears as Fire Destroyed Their Goods Worth Millions in Cotonou Market, Benin Republic

African_Telegraph 06/24/2020

Traders in Pains as Fire Destroyed Their Goods Worth Millions in Cotonou Benin Republic.

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It was just recently that LASEMA report the deadly incident took place on Saturday night, 20th day of June, 2020, at Kara bridge around Berger, Lagos, south west Nigeria.

Today another disaster just occurred in Nigeria's neighboring country, the republic of Benin, today been 24th day of June, 2020. 

According to the report made a. Facebook user , who public the first hand news, she revealed that a popular market in MISSEBO, Cotonou Republic of Benin was gutted by fire destroy traders shops including the goods that worth millions.

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According to her, she said that the fire started earlier today, and after so much effort put together by a combined team of fire fighters, was a able quench the fire.

But it was already too late as the goods of the traders was already in dust and ashes.

More also, narrated how the fire was so divastating that those fire fighters was uneable to put it off, not until everything valueable things was raised down to ashes .

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May God give them courage to endure their loses.

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