Kejetia market fire outbreak, the aftermath. Safety management executives should be sacked….. mansa musa writes ✍️
After listening to shop owners at the kejetia market, I am finding it difficult to understand why all the top people in charge of safety management of that facility have not been sacked. I mean, how bad can it be that fire equipment installed by the builder, which has been found to be incompatible with the ones being used by our fire brigade personnel, are still left unchanged. I am told that nozzles for fire hydrant or dry risers, which will be used by fire brigade in case of fire, are different in make and design. For example, hose reels used by firemen can not connect to the nozzles installed in the building by the builder, thereby rendering that fire fighting equipment in the building useless. This situation apparently is known to both market management authorities and local government authorities. So why have they not made any effort to get the wrong equipment replaced. These people do not care about putting shop owners and shoppers lives in danger. That’s the bottom line.
In any proper society where citizens lives and their livelihoods are of paramount importance to authorities, such reckless and incompetent executives would be sacked.
Those people in charge of running the kejetia market, what exactly do they understand by fire safety management. Oh! What a shame! Such people would be parading around with the pomposity of a peacock, with massive letters of accreditations hanging by their names, but society does not benefit from their so-called intellectualism. Sack all of them before their incompetence starts to affect people in fatal ways.
Thanks from mansa musa