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Fire outbreak: NDIC relocates, says normal activity resumes Monday

FOLLOWING the fire incident that occurred Wednesday at the Mamman Kontagora House, 23 Marina, Lagos,
Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) has assured that normal activities would resume at its Lagos head office on Monday after the Wednesday’s fire incident which occurred at the Mamman Kontagora House. NDIC said that no life was lost and none of its  sensitive documents were destroyed because the fire affected mostly the Marina side of the building.
NDIC Managing Director NDIC, Alhaji Umaru Ibrahim and Managing Director of the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN), Alhaji GimbaYau Kumo had visited the building.
Although the fire was put out almost immediately, NDIC said it had become necessary to temporarily relocate the entire corporation’s staff from the Mamman Kontagora House to NECOM House, No 15 Marina, Lagos to ensure continuity of service and to enable the fire service and other experts to assess the extent of damage.
In a statement signed by the Head, Communication& Public Affairs, Alhaji Birchi NDIC Management wishes to thank the general public for their sympathy and concern. It also wishes to thank the Lagos State Fire Service, Nigeria Ports Authority, Julius Berger, Union Bank and Federal Fire Service for their tremendous assistance in putting out the fire.

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