One of Ghana's most popular junior high schools has been gutted by fire
Reports have it that the fire started in the Sakumono School Complex at around 5 am
This fire story follows a similar incident that occurred at the Odawna Market in Circle
Sad reports coming into YEN.com.gh have it that fire has gutted some portions of the Sakumono School complex near Tema in the Greater Accra region.
According to the report sighted by YEN.com.gh on peacefmonline, the incident happened on Thursday, November 29, 2020.
Eyewitnesses say the inferno began at around 5 am on Thursday morning.
As the fires began to rage, some concerned citizens who live close to the school called the National Fire Service to come and help douse the flames.
The cause of the fire is not immediately known but personnel from the fire department have been able to bring the fire under control.
In a similar fire story, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that traders at the Odawna Market in Circle, a suburb of Accra who were affected by the Wednesday morning inferno have made demands to NADMO.
In a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ghanaweb, the Odawna market traders admonished authorities of the National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) not to compensate them with food items.
According to them, they wanted to be given cash in place of their properties and wares that were lost in the fire.
“When our items got burnt last year, NADMO only distributed rice, oil, soap and blanket. We are not accepting these items again. If they dare bring it, here again, we’ll beat them up,” one victim is reported to have said.
Some affected persons also lamented the fact that they took loans from financial institutions to restock their shops because of the pending Christmas celebration but were now left with nothing due to the November 18 fire.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the Odawna Market located in Circle in Accra was caught in a raging inferno and the fire spread in the area affecting many shops.
According to reports, the fire started at around 1 am on Wednesday, November 18, 2020. The raging flames are spreading fast and widely since fire service personnel are unable to enter the market.