President Mahama sends his condolences to effected families of Trade Fair gas explosion

President Mahama sends his condolences to effected families of Trade Fair gas explosion

Yesterday's gas explosion was a disaster that could only be compared with 2015's June flood and fire disaster in what is now the Circle Interchange. This year''s disaster was so bad that many politicians have expressed their condolences to the aggrieved families.

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President Mahama sends his condolences to effected families of Trade Fair gas explosion

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President Mahama has issued a statement of condolences on both his twitter and Facebook to all families affected by the yesterday's gas explosion. It is yet to be known exactly how many deaths resulted from the conflagration, or if any compensations will be provided to those inadvertently affected by it.

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In an attempt to intervene in the situation, President Mahama, through the Minister of Health, Mr Alex Segbefia, has indicated that the government will bear the medical treatment costs of all gas explosion victims.

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President Mahama sends his condolences to effected families of Trade Fair gas explosion

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