The Minister of State for Finance, Budget and National Planning, Clem Agba has affirmed that no official records were lost in the fire related accident which gutted the workplace of the Accountant-General of the Federation prior today.
Agba likewise told newsmen that the fire at the treasury house was brought about by a sparkle from one of the Air Conditioners on the fourth floor of the structure at about 10am Wednesday. He said the fire was effectively extinguished by 25 fire engines inside 35 minutes.
The Minister uncovered that the main harm to the server farm is the outside which houses the cooling units. As per him, there is likewise a back up Center outside Abuja to empower recuperation in case of any misfortune. He said the prompt advances brought was to quickly close down the server farm since the cooling units are done cooling ideally.
“We have gone round the rooms and workplaces where the fire influenced, and I am happy to report that our server farm where every one of our records are kept are completely flawless. There is no decimation, so we haven’t lost any record.
“As an administration I need to guarantee you that our records are unblemished, a couple of archives are singed, we haven’t began recuperation to check what really consumed, yet the entirety of our money related exchanges are flawless.
“We would do full scale examination utilizing the correct experts to decide precisely what occurred.”
The Minister revealed that the main unit influenced by the fire is the unit from where MDAs capital discharges are made.
Bookkeeper General of the Federation, Ahmed Idris additionally affirmed that no loss was recorded and no offical report was lost.
“For accentuation, our server farm is unblemished, no damage in any capacity aside from the cooling framework which we are currently endeavoring to return to activity. We are likewise happy there is no setback.”
The AGF never precluded the chance of treachery as he kept up that a careful examination will be completed.