Man Intentionally Set His 3 Bedroom Flat On Fire In Kwara State

A man whose identity is not disclosed has allegedly set his house on fire, in the early hour of Sunday at Eyenkorin in Asa Local Government Area of Kwara State.
 
 

The house is situated at Lekki Phase One, Eyenkorin Area in the edge of Ilorin, the state capital was purposely set ablaze by the man whose character was at this point to be determined and professed to be its proprietor.

Details gathered that the couple who had around four kids squabbled and had been leaving independently for over two years now.
 

Information gathered that, after the man had left the house, he additionally asked his wife and the kids to pack out of the house. In any case, the spouse supposedly disregarded her husband order, claiming the house was jointly erected.

It was additionally accumulated that following the spouse's refusal to empty the property, the man on Sunday bought some litters of fuel and pured on the house.
 

Men of the state fire service said that their convenient mediation saved the properties from complete annihilation.

Affirming the incidence, the Head of Media and Publicity of the Kwara state Fire Service, Hassan Adekunle, said that a man in Eyenkorin area alarted about the occurrence.

As per Adekunle, "This horrendous incidence happened earlier today, Sunday, July 3, 2022, at around 10:28hrs and one Mr. Kola leaving in the area was the person who immediately brought the Brigade for the flare-up.

"The Kwara State Fire Service killed the assaulting fire on time and furthermore kept it from raising to different structures.

"As indicated by the report, the man said he intentionally showered his own three-bedroom flat with fuel and afterward set it ablaze because of his wife's frustration."

Adekunle said that some family things having a place with the spouse were obliterated in the incidence.

He said that the Director of State Fire Service, Prince Falade Olumuyiwa, encouraged the overall population to be more cautious in their homes or workplaces to save their property from being obliterated by pointless fire flare-ups.

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