Enugu - Cattle dealers in Garriki Cattle market, Awkunanu-Enugu, on Friday denied media reports, that their mosque was burnt down, reports Vanguard
The cattle dealers said that a burnt property in the market was a as a result of harmatan haze, which no single individual or group was identified as being responsible for the fire incident.
Leaders of cattle dealers said this during the visit of Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi.
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Speaking on the incident that took place on Wednesday, the Chairman of Garriki Cattle market in Enugu, Alhaji Baba Ali said: “Something happened by accident that we did not expect. Since 1970, we have been with the Igbo people here in peace and we have not had any problem. Something just happened by accident but we have settled the problem. Any other news they are telling you is mere propaganda. We don’t have problem, we have been together since 1970, both Amagu and Amaechi, we have been together like brothers and sisters.”
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