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David Mark’s house in Benue raised by fire

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David Mark house fire

The house of former Senate President, Senator David Mark was on Thursday raised by fire.

The fire incident got the section of the house located in Otukpo town, Benue State.

According to one of the workers in the house, the fire started from the bush near the fence and spread so fast to catch the section of the building.

The home attendance explained that the guest house and two ambulances and over 15 motorcycles were burnt to ashes.

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Some of the workers who spoke to newsmen on condition of anonymity said fire spread so fast.

They said Benue State Fire Service’s station in Otukpo were contacted as they arrived late, the fire destroyed 13 motorcycles and two ambulances belonging to the ex-lawmaker.

Meanwhile DAILY Tells Nigeria was informed that Mark was not around when the incident happened.

However, from a reliable source the former lawmaker will be going to Otukpo this weekend to ascertain the situation.

Efforts to get reactions from David Mark’s family members was unsuccessful as they refused speaking nor commenting on the incident.

The arrival of men of the fire service prevented the inferno from spreading to the entire building.

None can ascertain if the the former senate President, David Mark was the target on the fire or the house.

However, the governor is yet to also react to fire outbreak.

As at the time of filing this report Senator David Mark was incommunicado.

 

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