- Citi Newsroom has reported that fire has gutted a tanker yard around the Kpone tank farm area.
- According to the report, about 15 fuel tankers have been affected by the fire.
- The blazing inferno was fought by six fire tenders from various fire stations within Kpone and its environs
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Citi Newsroom has reported that fire has gutted a tanker yard around the Kpone tank farm area.
According to the report, about 15 fuel tankers have been affected by the fire.
The blazing inferno which created a giant fireball in the sky, was being fought by six fire tenders from various fire stations within Kpone and its environs.
YEN.com.gh cannot readily confirm the real cause of the fire since eyewitnesses have given varying accounts about why the fire started.
As to whether or not some lives were lost during the fire, YEN.com.gh cannot readily verify as well.
In other news, Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has claimed that the government has already received money from the Swedish government for the introduction on the Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE).
According to him, the Swedish government doled out $22 million to Ghana and other African countries to help them curb social opposition that may arise as a result of the introduction of the programme.
This, according to Okudzeto, is going to be a tough nut for Education Minister Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh to crack.
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