ABUJA – The Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN) said that no sensitive document was lost in Wednesday’s fire incident which torched part of its office at Mamman Kontagora House in Lagos.
This is contained in a statement signed by Lawal K’Sauri, Head, Corporate Affairs, in Abuja on Thursday.
According to the statement, there is no loss of life or damage to sensitive materials as to have cause for alarm.
It thanked the Lagos State Fire Service, Federal Fire service, Nigeria Police, Julius Berger, Nigeria Ports Authority, UBA, Union bank Plc., and LASEMA, for putting out the fire.
“The management also wishes to thank the general public for their concern and sympathy,’’ it stated.
It stated that the bank’s Managing Director, Alhaji Gimba Kumo, during his visit assured that the extent of the damage would be made public after the outcome of the risk assessment.
“We don’t have any report to give presently but the preliminary information we gathered tells us that the fire outbreak is from the generator room.
“We spoke with the facility manager and we have been informed that they tried to service the generator yesterday.
“We leave this to the state fire service and the experts coming to do the risk assessment.
“Everything is going to be done professionally and you will be informed of the development.
“No major document from our side is lost,’’ kumo said. (NAN)
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