AMG Foundation commiserates with Kano Police over fire incident
By Haroun Ar-Rasheed
The AMG Foundation has commiserated with the Kano State Police Command and Commissioner of Police, Mamman Dauda over the fire incident that gutted many offices at the command on Saturday.
In a statement on Sunday, the AMG Foundation Chair, Dr Aminu Magashi Garba, expressed sadness over the occurrence of the incident, calling on the police to take it as an act of Allah.
“We were shocked when we received the sad news of the fire disaster, therefore we are commiserating with you on behalf of the staff and management of the AMG Foundation over this unfortunate incident.
“While praying that such an incident will never occur, we assure you of our support and also urges for preventive measures to be put in place to prevent occurrence of similar incidents in the future,” Dr Magashi said.
SOLACEBASE recalls that on Saturday, fire engulfed the first floor of Kano State Police Command’s Headquarters Administrative Block in Bompai area of Kano metropolis.
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Although, no life was lost and no injury was recorded, the inferno raized Provost Office, Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), Finance and Administration Office, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), Administration Office, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), Operations Office, Finance Offices and Police Public Relations Officers (PPRO’s) Office among others.
According to the police, the fire was brought under control by firefighters and all the Command’s records are intact.
Earlier, CP Mamman Dauda, told the Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIG) Zone One, who visited the scene, that he was in his office when the fire outbreaks started.
He said the command is investigating the cause of the fire incident, adding that no life was lost during the incident.
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