Management thanks Nigerians, emergency agencies for response

The management expressed its gratitude to Nigerians and emergency agencies for their assistance via a statement.

Aerial photograph of the Prince Ebeano Supermarket after the fire

The management of Prince Ebeano Supermarket has issued an official response to the fire outbreak which occurred in its Lekki Phase One branch on Tuesday, November 4, 2015.

The statement reads:

“We at Prince Ebeano & Co. would like to thank Nigerians for their support and understanding on the fire incident that occurred in our Lekki Phase I Supermarket on Tuesday November 4, 2015.”

“We indeed worked with the relevant agencies to manage and bring the situation under control; we are still working with them to identify the cause.”

“Most importantly we thank the Almighty God that no lives were lost in the incident. We would like to use this media to appreciate the Lagos State Fire Service, Lagos State Emergency Management Agency, Lekki Phase 1 Fire Service, Chevron Fire Service, Maroko Division of the Nigeria Police Force, Lekki Estate Residents Association, Eti-Osa LGA, our Business Partners & Suppliers and Dearest Customers.”

“We will continue to count on your prayers, support and patronage as we strive to surmount this challenging phase.”

Pulse earlier reported that the blaze in the supermarket consumed many goods which are believed to be worth millions of naira.

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