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Fire guts College Of Education In Delta

A section of the Works Department building on Delta State College of Education’s Mosogar Campus 1 has been destroyed by fire.
According to witnesses, the Christmas Day inferno was apparently sparked by illegal bush burning by unknown people in the neighbourhood.
According to reports, the fire destroyed vast areas of the campus grassland and severely damaged a piece of the Works Department building, while two vehicles parked outside were entirely destroyed.
ANAEDOONLINE.NG learned that it took the combined efforts of security personnel and college staff, as well as good-natured townspeople and firemen, to put out the roaring inferno.
Only last week, a similar incident occurred in the college where a section of the School of Vocational Education building was consumed by fire.

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Worried by the ugly incident, the management of the college had issued a circular banning bush burning and farming by unauthorised individuals in and around the college premises to forestall the devastating act.
A statement issued by the Public Relations Officer, Mr. Simon Fole, expressed gratitude to the state government for its sustained interest in higher education, while pleading for more of the government’s assistance in the renovation of the burnt structures and replacement of the razed utility cars.


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