"She Is Just 9, I Hope She Learns From This, N3 Billion Supermarket Gone" -Tunde Ednut Reacts
Tunde Ednut, a musician turned blogger, has responded to how a young girl started a fire at the Prince Ebeano Supermarket in Abuja. The fire that broke out at the Prince Ebeano Supermarket in Abuja was started by a 9-year-old girl who set a fire inside the store. Later, the fire grew out of control, destroying precious items inside the supermarket.
Tunde Ednut, on the other hand, claimed that the girl was invited to the police station to explain what had transpired, and that while she was there, she apologized for what she had done. Tunde Ednut responded by saying that he hopes the girl learns from the situation and that parents should be vigilant.
Tunde Ednut also urged store owners and managers to install additional CCTV cameras for security reasons. He further stated that the managers of the Prince Ebeano Supermarket should have hired someone to sit and watch what happens within the supermarket while looking at the CCTV.
He stated, " "She is only a child. She is nine years old. I'm hoping she takes something away from this. 3 billion naira has been spent ".. Please feel free to share your thoughts in the section below.
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