Trade hub in Nassarawa gets gutted by fire

The fire incident, which happened at the popular Maraba market in Nassarawa State, led to the loss of valuable trade items.

The unfortunate incident happened in the late evening of Tuesday, June 14, 2016, Daily Post reports.

This caused quite a commotion, as some traders made desperate attempts to save some of their goods before taking shelter at a nearby pedestrian bridge.

The amount of casualties resulting from the fire is yet to be determined according to reports.

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