A part of the central command of the Nigerian Ports Authority was gutted by fire on Wednesday.
This is coming 11 months after property worth billions of naira were obliterated after nonconformists set the NPA base camp ablaze during #EndSARS fight in October 2020.
It was discovered that the early Wednesday fire was brought about by an electrical flood.
As per observers, the fire episode influenced business exercises at NPA offie.
Head supervisor, Corporate and Strategic Communications, Mr Olaseni Alakija, affirmed the episode, saying the fire just influenced a wing of NPA’s
He said, “In the early long stretches of Wednesday 22nd September, 2021 a fire episode suspected to have been set off by an electrical flood influenced three workplaces on the 6th floor of the Broad Street wing of the Nigerian Ports Authority Headquarters.
“Agents of the NPA Fire Service Department quickly assembled to the scene and speedily contained the fire.
“In accordance with security conventions, the influenced floor has since been cordoned off and examinations are progressing to determine the genuine reason for the fire.
“The fire influenced one office where two work areas, tables, seats and other furniture were lost. Two other connecting workplaces were influenced by smoke and residue.”
Alakija guaranteed Nigerians that delicate reports were not lost.