UPDATED: Fire Service Arrive Marian Market After The Inferno Has Been Quenched

In Breaking News, Reports

By Patrick Obia

Marian market is currently on fire. Or reporter on ground reports that shop owners and good samaritans are battling to put out the fire.

There is no sight of men of fire service, people are busy packing their goods while some are busy trying to pour water to the ravaging inferno.

There’s so much panic in the market.

See pictures below.


The fire which burnt for 2 hours 45 minutes has been put down by combined efforts of some youths.

Fire Service truck (two) just arrived the scene after the fire has been fought to a standstill.

The Police Response Patrol Team 6 has  the been at the market assisting with crowd control and securing the premises.

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