- The businessman says he has lost investments running millions of dollars
- He says he has lost his life time investments to the deadly explosion
The business owner of the Atomic gas filling station which went up in flames yesterday is wailing over his lost investments in the inferno.
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The Chief Executive of Mansco LPG gas, Mr Goorge Owusu says he has lost his entire life investments in the deadly explosion.
According to the CEO, revenue lost is running into millions of dollars.
Speaking to Joy News hours after the fire disaster, Mr Owusu who was clearly traumatized disclosed that, "I have several millions of dollars to the explosion”.
The businessman says he was home when he received a called informing him about the fire disaster..
Mr Owusu in his media interview insisted that he was shocked by the incidents since there was no leakage anywhere his tanks and all other installations.
“My accountant will be able to give a true account of how much is involve here but we have lost several millions of dollars as a result of the explosion”, he reiterated.
Mr George Owusu in his submission disclosed that he was lucky to have all his workers alive but have sustained various degrees of injuries and are currently on admission responding to treatment.
So far six people have been confirmed dead in the explosion, leaving about 45 others in critical conditions.
The deadly fire also consumed about 20 vehicles and forced several other residents to flee their homes for safety.
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