Nigerian Ministry of Finance building located at the Central Area, Abuja is reportedly on fire.
The fire is said to have started around 11pm and was badly affected the building’s third floor.
According SaharaReporters, the fire started from the Special Adviser to the FMBN Managing Director’, Ahmed Dangiwa’s office. It was later moved to the boardroom of the bank.
However, the Vanguard who seems to have more details about the incident reported that it gathered from the eyewitnesses that the fire was caused by an explosion of expired inverter batteries at the basement of the Minister’s building.
The eyewitnesses noted that, even before Fire Service men arrived at the scene, fire extinguishers strategically located in the premises were used to successfully fight the fire.
Hotnewsinnaija.com learnt that no casualty or any major damage was done to the building before the security officers in the premises quickly put the fire out.
Gathering from an official of the ministry, he described the incident as “a minor fire incident.”
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