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Buhari saddened by deadly gas explosion in Kaduna, northern Nigeria Updated for 2021

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Updated: February 25, 2021


President Muhammadu Buhari has expressed sympathy with victims of gas explosion in Kaduna.

President Buhari said he felt their pains at the hour of distress, considering the loss of life and the economic ruin suffered by the “hardworking Nigerians striving to make a living through honest labour.’’

“As a human being, I fully understand the economic impact of this accident on the lives of these hard working Nigerians,’’ the President said.

President Buhari advised Nigerians to pay greater attention to safety procedures and precautionary measures in keeping their business premises.

He said more attention on safety procedures could help  avert some disasters.

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