One of the victims of the June 3 disaster at a Goil filling station in Accra, Alex Mensah, has recounted his experience four years after the ordeal.
Per a report by Kasapafmonline.com, he revealed that he still feels psychological trauma anytime he passes by a Goil filling station.
Mensah, a driver by profession who had gone to buy fuel at the time of the incident sustained severe burns on parts of the body.
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He made the disclosure while commenting on the inauguration of a Special Disbursement Committee on Tuesday, March 12, 2019, by the Interior minister, Ambrose Dery, to disburse monies raised for victims of the June 3, 2015 disaster.
Dery charged the Committee chaired by Deputy Director General of NADMO, Mr Seji Saji to disburse all monies raised for the victims, including the Benin government’s $200,000 support fund.
According to him, no official of Goil Company has visited nor said a word to any of the victims nearly four years after the disaster.
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