Hey there, middle schoolers! So, there was a fire at the Supreme Court building recently. But don’t worry, it didn’t mess up any important documents related to the presidential election petition tribunal. Phew!
On Monday morning, a fire broke out at the Supreme Court in the Federal Capital Territory. It sounds scary, but the police and firefighters quickly came to the rescue and got the fire under control. Good job, heroes!
According to Dr. Festus Akande, the Director of Press and Information of the Supreme Court, only one chamber was affected by the fire. But don’t worry, it’s not the chamber where they discuss important stuff like the presidential election. Whew!
So, in that chamber, some books, stationery, and computer gadgets got destroyed. But guess what? They have an e-library with digital copies of those books. And they can easily replace the physical copies. Crisis averted!
Dr. Akande wants to make it clear that this fire incident has nothing to do with the presidential election petition. They don’t discuss those matters in the chamber affected by the fire. So, no need to worry about any important documents going up in flames.
So, my fellow middle schoolers, everything is under control. The Supreme Court will continue its important work without any major setbacks. Let’s hope they fix the damaged chamber soon and get back to business!