Scrap dealer dies in explosion at SSNIT Premier Towers in Accra
A scrap dealer has kicked the bucket following gas explosion that happened at the Premier Towers premises of the Social Security and National Insurance Trust, SSNIT in Accra.
The lamentable occurrence happened on October 30, 2021.
The impact as indicated by the management, was brought about by two gas chambers which were being utilized to cut an old metal trash bin into pieces by two piece vendors.
Scrap vendor bites the dust in the gas explosion at SSNIT Premier Towers
This brought about the passing of one of the piece sellers, leaving the other seriously harmed. The last is getting treatment at a clinic. Scrap vendor bites the dust in blast at SSNIT Premier Towers in Ministries.
The executives has guaranteed that the essential precautionary measures are being set up to guarantee the wellbeing and security of staff and customers at the premises. Security organizations have additionally taken up the matter and are researching the reason for the said episode.
Taking into account this, all employees are to answer to deal with Monday, 1 November 2021, since the episode, as indicated by the executives, isn’t relied upon to influence the lead of business at the Head Office.
Source : africaneditors.com
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