In the Kabba explosion, a beer parlour owner and ten others were hospitalised.


Mrs Omofemi Oyehunwa, the proprietor of the beer parlour, and ten other casualties were brought to the hospital for treatment shortly after the explosion, according to the management of the General Hospital Kabba in Kogi state.

On Monday evening in Kabba, Dr Ibrahim Sule, the hospital's chief of the X-Ray unit, told journalists about it.

Other patients, however, had received treatment and had been discharged, according to Dr. Sule, but Mrs. Oyehunwa remained in the hospital for further testing.

"We need to take her to the X-Ray unit so she can have a test done on her buttocks to make sure she doesn't have any foreign objects in her body."

"She's out of the X-Ray unit and walking by herself, indicating that she's quickly recovering from her buttocks injury," he stated.

Meanwhile, Hon. Moses Olorunleke, the Executive Chairman of Kabba/Bunu Local Government, has ordered that all beer parlours in Kabba close by 7 p.m.

He also told commercial motorbike operators, known as Okada, that they had to stop operating by 10 p.m., and that anyone who disobeyed the order would be prosecuted.


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