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Fire Outbreak Burnt Three Siblings To Death In Their Home In Ibadan

A fire outbreak which occurred in the early hours of Friday 3rd January in Ibadan, the Oyo state capital have claimed the lives of 3 children.

Fire Outbreak Burnt Three Siblings To Death In Their Home In Ibadan

The Couple reside in an apartment with their children, located at Ehin Grammar Area of Molete, Ibadan. On Thursday night, the wife who is popularly known as Iya Ara, had gone to work as she is said to be on night duty while the husband locked the children inside the house and went away with the key.

Although the cause of the fire is yet to be ascertained, it spread so fast, causing the children to be trapped in the apartment.

It was gathered that, The eldest, of the children, was a secondary school student whose name was given as Glory while the two others were said to be in primary school.

The police arrived the scene of the incident this morning and have evacuated their charred bodies to the morgue.

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