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Three siblings between the ages of two months and five years old burnt to death in Anambra

Three siblings, two boys and a girl between the ages of 2 months to 5 years, were burnt to death in a fire outbreak inside their parent’s home at Okija, Ihiala Local Government Area of Anambra State yesterday February 15th.

Haruna Mohammed, the state’s police command spokesperson, in a statement said the deceased children suffered varying degrees of burns and they all died on the spot. He also revealed that properties worth millions of naira were burnt to aches.

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 “Today 15/2/ 2020 at about 02:am, there was a fire outbreak at the resident of one Chukwuma Aduhuba ‘m’ of Ugwu Chelekwu village, Okija in Ihiala local government area of Anambra State.

As a result three of his children namely Chimankpan Aduhuba ‘m’ aged 5years, Munachimso Aduhuba ‘m’ aged 2years and Kamsiyochi Aduhuba ‘f’ aged 2 months sustained varying degrees of burns and died on the spot while property worth millions of Naira destroyed.

Following the distress call, Police patrol team led by DPO Okija Division rushed to the scene, cordoned of the area and the fire was put off by local volunteers before the arrival of fire fighters.

Meanwhile, the victims where photographed and corpses buried by parents according to their customs.”the statement read

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