I lost goods worth millions but I still have my life - Victim of Onitsha fire reveals as he says he still has hope

- A victim of the Onitsha fire outbreak has taken to social media to thank God for his life

- The young man identified as Dominic Nonso Oluka thanked God, saying he still has hope since he is alive

- Oluka noted that his hope stays despite losing goods worth millions of naira

Legit.ng had earlier reported that a tragic fire outbreak had occurred in Onitsha, Anambra state on Thursday, October 17, after a tanker loaded with fuel fell and exploded engulfing a market with fire.

A young man identified as Dominic Nonso Oluka, who was a victim of the tragic fire incident, expressed that he lost goods worth millions of naira.

Oluka, however, thanked God for his life. He noted that he still has hope despite what happened to him.

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According to him, he is happy that he is alive to start over again. He said he has is life so there is still hope.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that a young Nigerian man identified as Ekene Iwuoha is allegedly being hailed as a hero of the tragic fire outbreak that recently occurred at Ochanja Market in Onitsha.

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