Nigerians lost everything to fire in Pretoria Central

Nigerians lost everything to fire in Pretoria Central

It was on 7th August 2017, Monday morning. Flats on the 7th floor at Ultrama Building on Bosman street, Pretoria Central has gone ablaze over the night.

No death casualties but eight Nigerians lost all their belongings including documents such as passports and academic certificates.

The victims of the fire have no shelter, clothes, and food.

One of the victims, Abdulfatai Olatunji Odunewu, is very devastated because he is homeless with his wife and daughter.

I was at the scene on Monday morning and I have taken them to police station for affidavits and docket of inquiry said, Adetola Olubajo ( General Secretary of Nigerian Union )

Adetola pleaded with Nigerians in South Africa and relevant authorities to assist the victims.

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