Authorities of the Federal Fire Service, FFS, Wuse Zonal office, Monday, effectively stifled inferno that nearly demolished down the Wuse 2 Zonal office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.
The fire warriors driven by the Sector Commander, Melone Onyekachi, arrived the Wuse 2 office of the Commission when the Service was cautioned of the fire by the Incident Duty Officer of the Commission, Kayode Oyetunde, at 1910 hours.
The fire began at the previous newsroom which presently fills in as capacity for ICT types of gear that were recovered from the commission's previous offices scattered over the capital city. The previous newsroom is domiciled in the two-story Costa Hall which was charged by Antonio Costa on November 13, 2007. The building as of now houses the Data Center and the Combined Inter Agency Task Force.
At the point when asked what could have reviled the fire, Mr. Onyekachi stated, "Our obligation is to put off the fire; that we have effectively done. There is another division that will come and discover the reason for the fire", he clarified.
Two officers joined to the Combined Inter-Agency Task compel who were caught on the second floor of the building were effectively saved before the fire was in the end quelled. The degree of the harm would be learned after stock taking.
The Commission's Chief Security Officer, Nasir Abdullahi, instantly after the fire was abridged, went to the Maitama Police Station to report the fire outbreak.P
Policemen from the station who tailed him to the commission, be that as it may, guaranteed to return for further enquiry.
Administration and officers of the commission who were on ground to deliberately curb the fire were: the Supervisory Secretary, Chile Okoroma; Director, Finance and Accounts, Jubril Manigi; Zonal Head of Operation, Mohammed Rabo; DD, Admin, N.T Ibrahim; Head of Legal, Kabir Latona; Head of ICT, Isah J. Abdullahi among others.