A two-storey building on Sunday went up in flames on 11, Ogunmusi street in the Ogba area of Lagos state, Nigeria’s commercial capital.
Eye9ja reports that the fire started around 10am from the electrical changeover in the building.
Although no life was lost no record of any form of injury as a result of the fire, the offices close to the electrical change over section of the building were apparently destroyed.
While confirming the incident, the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA) spokesperson, Nosa Okunbor, in a statement stated that investigations revealed that the fire started as a result of problems from the electrical changeover of a section in the 2–storey building.
The building accommodates several offices at 11, Ogunnusi Street inward Ogba.
Okunbor in his statement noted that there were no casualties in the incident.
“Investigation of the fire outbreak reported to have taken place at 11, Ogunnusi Street inward Ogba, was attributed to problems from the electrical changeover of a section in the 2–storey building.
The fire outbreak was reported around 10:08am but was completely put off with no loss of lives, around 10:26 a.m,” he said.