Market men and women have been admonished to take more precautionary measures to avert fire occurrences in markets.

Wife of the Ogun State Governor, Mrs. Bamidele Abiodun gave the admonition during her condolence visit to the victims of the Sabo market fire incident which occurred recently, assuring the women of her support, considering their roles in the upkeep of families.

Mrs. Abiodun who expressed heartfelt sympathy for the victims, donated food items and cash to them and reiterated government’s promise to look into their plight, as those affected would be compensated.

In his remark, the Transition Committee Chairman, Sagamu Local Government, Mr. Banjo Baruwa, on behalf of the market committee, appreciated the Wife of the Governor for deeming it fit to condole with the victims.

Meanwhile, the Wife of the Governor, Mrs. Bamidele Abiodun has visited the Hausa Community in Sabo, Ijebu Ode, commiserating with the families of the Hausa, who lost their lives in an auto crash that occurred recently along Ijebu Ode-Ore road, which claimed eighteen lives.   

While noting that the present administration was committed to the welfare of all residents of the State, irrespective of religion and culture, Mrs. Abiodun prayed that God would give the families the fortitude to bear the loss and presented them with food items and cash.

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In his remarks, the Seriki Hausawa of Ijebu-Ode, Alhaji Yahaya Garuba, said it was the first time a Wife of a sitting Governor in the State would visit the Hausa community, expressing gratitude for the kind gesture shown them and promised their unalloyed support for the present administration.

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