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GNFS investigates fire outbreak at Zenith University

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The Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS) says investigations are underway to ascertain the cause of fire outbreak, which destroyed some property at the Zenith University in the early hours of Wednesday.

The school authorities say they are baffled by the outbreak, which completely destroyed offices, a store, two recreational centres, and stationery.

Divisional Officer II, Mr Ellis Okoe Robinson, the Head of Public Relations, who briefed the Ghana News Agency, in Accra, said the GNFS received a distress call at 0208 hours, and arrived at the scene around five minutes later to fight the fire.

“We were able to bring the fire under control around 0420hrs and it was completely extinguished at 0526 hours without casualties,” he stated.

For now, it is unclear what started the fire but citizens should be assured that our investigations will unravel the facts.
SourceGNA

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