- A Hilux vehicle went into flames near the Ministry of Justice building located along Dalaba Street, Wuse Zone 5, Abuja on Friday, October 28
- While the cause of the flames was not known, the vehicle was said to have been burnt beyond recognition
- With no fatality recorded, the inferno was put out while officials of the FRSC moved the vehicle off the expressway to ease the gridlock it caused
Abuja - There was panic on Friday, October 28, around Dalaba Street, Wuse Zone 5, Abuja. where the Ministry of Justice is located, over a fire outbreak from a Hilux vehicle
It was gathered that the vehicle suddenly burst into flames on the expressway, leaving workers, passersby, and motorists in serious fear, Punch reports.
Sahara Reporters has it that the flames took over the vehicle for some minutes and badly damaged it before nearby motorists tried to put them out with extinguishers.
A while later, firefighters and officials of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) came to the scene and arrested the situation.
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While the wreckage of the burnt Hilux vehicle has been moved from the road, calm has returned to the area.
Terror alert: Buhari to relocate to Kaduna, sack NSA, service chiefs? Northerners spill
President Muhammadu Buhari had been urged to sack National Security Adviser (NSA) Babagana Monguno and the current service chiefs.
The call was made on Friday, October 28, by the Arewa Youth Assembly, a northern group.
This call came on the heels of terror alerts from the United States (US) and the United Kingdom (UK) which have also been confirmed by some other foreign nations.
According to the group in its statement released on Friday in Kaduna, President Buhari should immediately sack heads of the Department of State Services, and the National Intelligence Agency as well as the service chiefs. P
Buhari to relocate to Kaduna or Katsina?
Moreover, the group's speaker, Mohammed Danlami, advised Buhari to relocate to Kaduna or Katsina, since those employed to protect him and Nigerians have failed in their responsibilities.
The group lamented that despite the huge sum allocated in yearly budgets to security, it took foreign nations to expose the planned attack.