The Nigerian government has boosted its fleets of vehicles with 20 brand new Basic Life Support Ambulance buses and seven Firefighting trucks to be manned by well trained, dedicated and committed firemen. Minister of interior, Rauf Aregbesola who disclosed this at the commissioning of the 27 vehicles at the National Headquarters of the Federal Fire Service in Abuja said the move was part of efforts to combat fire disasters in the country. He noted that the arrival of the new basic life support vehicles, trucks and its deployment to the various Zonal and state Commands would further enhance service delivery during emergencies. Earlier, the Comptroller General, Federal Fire Service, Limah Ibrahim, promised to ensured that equipment to combat fire disasters will be deployed to all the 72 senatorial districts of the federation before the end of 2021. The occasion came to a climax with a pulling out parade for three retired officers that have attained their statutory age of service.
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