A petrol tanker spilled its content along the Lagos-Badagry road between Barracks and Onireke in Ojo Local Government area of Lagos in the early hours of Tuesday causing a fire outbreak that consumed seven vehicles.
The Airbus A320 en route from Cairo to Paris crashed into the eastern Mediterranean on May 19, 2016, killing all 66 passengers and crew on board, including 15 French citizens.
The Public Relations Officer of the service, Alhaji Saidu Mohammed, however, told the News Agency of Nigeria in Kano that 14 lives were lost in the incidents.
On Sunday, the major fire broke out in the Zimnyaya Vishnya (“Winter Cherry”) shopping centre in Kemerovo.
John Owoicho, a member of the committee, made this known when he led other officials on an assessment of burnt building.
Idris spoke through the Commissioner of Police, Paul Yakadi, who paid a courtesy visit on Etsu Nupe on Sunday.
Agbili told the News Agency of Nigeria on Tuesday in Onitsha that the fire incidents were mostly caused by bush burning, a development he said extended to nearby buildings.