Small Doctor confirmed the incident at his Lagos State home in a post on his Instagram page on Thursday.
Confirming the incident, the Head of Operations of the FCT Fire Service, Amiola Adebayo, told our correspondent in a phone interview that two people were fatally injured in the incident, while about three or four other victims had been rushed to the hospitals.
Goods believed to be worth millions of Naira were on Thursday morning destroyed by fire at Watt, a popular market in Calabar, Cross River State.
Margaret Adeseye, General Manager of the service, who stated this in a statement, said the fire had been controlled.
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has called for an immediate full-scale investigation into the fire outbreak at the Supreme Court, with the view to unravelling the circumstances or possible sabotage.
Festus Akande, the Public Relations Officer for the Supreme Court says the fire incident that occurred on Monday morning has no connection and won’t have an effect on the presidential election petition.
Fire has gutted some parts of the chamber of one of the justices of the Supreme Court.
This is contained in a statement signed by the Director/Fire Chief of Anambra Fire Service, Martin Agbili, on Friday in Onitsha.
The Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA) has rescued seven children from a fire incident at an orphanage/motherless babies home on Sunday in Lagos.
The alarm was raised in the early hours of Friday at the Casa dei Coniugi home for the elderly.
A fire incident has occurred within the premises of the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), Ikeja.
It was gathered that the inferno affected many shops, with traders watching helplessly as the fire destroyed their goods and other property worth millions of naira.
The Chairman of the market, Yan-Katato Market, Alhaji Mohammed Ashiru, told newsmen in Zaria that the fire occurred in the early hours of Wednesday.
Ibrahim Farinloye, Territorial Coordinator, National Emergency Management Agency, said this to newsmen on Thursday.
Fire has razed a twin building in Clobek Crown Estate, Lugbe in Abuja destroying property worth millions of Naira.
The fire incident, which started at midnight, occurred nine days before Christmas.
The fire was said to have started from the office of the editor-in-chief, Musikilu Mojeed, who had already left for jumaat prayers.
Findings revealed that the fire affected three offices at the sixth floor of the six storey building.
The Minister gave the charge when Federal Commissioners and Board Secretary of the Civil Defence, Corrections, Fire, Immigration Service Board (CDCFIB), visited his office to present the Acting CGI to the Minister.
Members staff of the television station and those of the largest amusement park in Nigeria, Hi-Impact Planet Amusement Park & Resort, prevented the fire from spreading to other properties before the arrival of men of the Ogun State and Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) fire services, who eventually put out the fire out.