Bauchi govt presents fire vehicles to fire brigade

Concerned by the deterioration of fire-fighting equipment, especially vehicles that have limited their services, the Bauchi state government has equipped the state fire service with fire-fighting vehicles to respond to emergency calls.

The presentation of the keys to the vehicles was done by the Secretary of the State Government (SSG), Barrister Ibrahim Kashim, who instructed that the vehicles should be subject to effective management for better service.

The SSG also said the donation of the fire-fighting vehicles was part of the determination of the government led by Sen Bala Mohammed to provide the fire service with modern equipment to fulfill its responsibilities efficiently.

According to him, “We are grateful to His Excellency, Governor Bala Mohammed for purchasing these vehicles to the fire service to improve operations, we are all aware that the fire service in our state faces challenges related to a lack of modern equipment and the vehicles we donate today is part of the effort to meet the challenges.”

Kashim used the medium to reassure the people of the state that the state government is doing everything possible to provide modern firefighting vehicles in each of the local government areas of the state to alleviate their suffering during fire disasters.

During his response, Bauchi’s fire chief, engineer Bala Garba, expressed his gratitude to the governor for the vehicles and assured that they will be used effectively by responding promptly to fire disasters.

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