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A branch of First Bank in Ede Osun  State was gutted by fire on Friday, destroying many things inside the bank.

It was reported that the fire started around 8:30PM on Friday  The fire reportedly raged for like 30 minutes before it was put out by the fire fighters and no casualty as been recorded at the time we are filling this report.

The cause of the fire incident is not immediately known as at the time of filing this report but it was gathered that it might not be unconnected with generator fault which caught fire after it was switched on because of power failure.

Some residents of the town who were calling for the help of the fire service said that there was a power outage for long hours and the bank was said to have relied on the generating set for the same period of time and there was a fault somewhere which was responsible for fire incident.

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Abass Sulaiman Adegoke, well known as Adegoke is a student of Federal Polytechnic Ede studying Civil Engineering, He is a media enthusiast, loves traveling, and has a special interest in personal development.

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The Provost of the College of Medicine and his deputy have also tested positive for the virus and have since placed themselves in self-isolation.

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The World Health Organisation (WHO), Regional Office for Africa in Brazzaville, Congo, says there are now 6,075 confirmed cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on African continent with 214 deaths.

The UN’s health agency gave the update in its regional official twitter account @WHOAFRO on Thursday.

“They are 6,075 cases on the African continent, with 214 deaths and 478 recoveries reported.

“In past seven days, four new countries in the Region have confirmed cases of COVID-19, including Botswana, Burundi, Guinea Bissau and Sierra Leone.”

The agency said South Africa currently had the highest in the region with 1,380 cases and five deaths, Algeria 847 cases with 58 deaths and Burkina Faso has 261 confirmed cases with 14 deaths.

“Nigeria has 174 confirmed cases, nine have been discharged with two deaths,’’ it stated.

 

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