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A Nigerian woman and her grandson are some of the lucky people who escaped the massive fire at a high-rise residential building in London on June 14.
A fire broke out in the 24-storey block known as Grenfell Tower in London on June 13, 2017, leading to several deaths and hundreds injured and homeless.
The inferno that engulfed the London tower blocks leaving at list six people dead while 50 others are being treated for injuries. However, a baby escaped death.
An unidentified man who tried to kill himself by setting his house on fire has lashed out at the people who saved him, saying they are wrong to save him.
A tragic accident has occured at the Apapa area of Lagos, two people have been reported dead, while some are feared seriously injured; 29 vehicles destroyed.
They reportedly wet the building and the registry of the court with petrol before setting the court on fire. The hoodlums did not however touch the registry.
A 45-year-old man on Tuesday, January 24, nearly lost his life when he was set on fire over a dog in Wollongong, a city in south of Sydney in Australia.
A 60-year-old woman and her four-year-old grand-daughter have lost their life in a fire incident in Akoko Northeast local government area of Ondo state.
A midnight inferno on Sunday, January 15 weekend, consumed one of the largest markets in Delta, destroying properties and goods worth millions of naira.
He further urged the Zamfara state government to come to the aid of the traders to enable them resume their normal business activities.