Sabo Market Fire: How social media reacted to Sagamu disaster
Social media has been flooded with messages following the Tuesday’s inferno that gutted the popular Sabo market in Sagamu Local Government Area.
It is understood that goods worth several millions of naira were destroyed as shop owners count their losses.
Although Governor Dapo Abiodun has promised to rebuild the burnt market after his immediate visit to the scene, Nigerians took to Twitter to condemn the rapidly occurring fire outbreak across the country and also expressed their sympathy with the residents.
This is my Aunty Sariyu, she lost 3 shops in a fire that gutted the whole of Sabo Market in Sagamu with a rough value of about 20 million Naira.#SaboMarketFire
My mother’s shop too got burnt.
And so many other women!
You can hear my mum and my aunt in the video. pic.twitter.com/2i4d431TG0
— NOEMI (@naomidgreatest) January 28, 2020
My heartfelt sympathy to the victims of the fire outburst that occurred today at Sabo Market Sagamu in Ogun State whose properties worth millions of naira were lost to the unfortunate incident.
— Shina Peller (@ShinaPeller) January 28, 2020
Sabo market for sagamu on 🔥 🔥 Lord please Save the market 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏 and the people living around there🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏
— Royal👑💥 Gold💫🌸 (@BossLady0662) January 28, 2020
Why is my mom not picking her calls? Woke up to news of Sabo market in Sagamu burning 😭😭
— Doyin tha fashion plug (@mamatrendz) January 28, 2020
Sabo market in Sagamu on fire, less than a week after Amu market fire in Lagos. I hurt to see people lose their means of survival. Govt & Market leaders should ensure environments are at less risk during the harmattan season. The harmattan wind is a catalyst for a fire outbreak.
— Hon. Ben Igbakpa (@benigbakpa) January 28, 2020
It’s not a good way to start the day with this news about Sabo market, Sagamu being on fire…. I pray God restores all those who lost worths in that inferno.
— Osamagbe Enabunlele (@Moti_dqueen) January 28, 2020
Sabo Market in Sagamu going down in flames today.
It started at midnight night just like all previous incidents regarding market burning.
I pray we wake up from slumber in south west.
We don’t care if it doesn’t affect us not knowing if we might be next
— 🐯Leo Akinshola (@Akinshola_A_S) January 28, 2020
Woke up as early as 3am to see what damaged as been caused, it’s really a bad day here. It didn’t affect any of our mumsy shop sha.
— olamilekan حافظ (@dhlekan) January 28, 2020
Bruh! This market has everything! A lot of people got shops and stalls here. God be with them 😪 https://t.co/pxFrpMkptg
— Party Animal 🐅 (@TheToluDaniels) January 28, 2020