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Sunday, December 11, 2016

HallMark Mall After Fire Incident Today....

This is what Hallmark Mall in Benin now looks like after today's fire incident which took the city by surprise.....Hmmmmmmmm!


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    1. What a loss, someone's investment gone within a twinkling of an eye, hope no life was lost oo

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    1. Benin witches and wizards at work. Chai.

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    2. Especially the ones from your household

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    3. Especially the witches and wizards from your household

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  3. Aunty Stella, this is really shocking. I still can't believe it.This was our own Shoprite. The most popular mall in this town. Na wa o. No Shoprite,now no Hallmark.

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    1. Eeyah. Epele

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    2. Jesus hallmark, cryingggggg, infact u are right, this has been our shop rite before the existence of the popular shoprite,painful tho

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    3. Couldn't stop screaming when I saw the photos, such a huge loss

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  4. What!!!!!!!!....The only reasonable mall in Benin ...omg. .What a loss o......chai.....The owner has lost a lot o....hmmm..Hope he/she has insurance..?..

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    1. The owner should have insured the place nah...hope they did

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  5. Haa
    How, this is the first major supper market in Benin
    Billions of naira has gone o
    This is very sad
    How will he recover from this in this recession

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  6. Fire is what I fear most, it can destroy a whole city.

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  7. Oh God! In this recession?
    Lord please may problems bigger than us not come our way In Jesus Name, Amen.

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  8. Anty Stella things they happenooo shuuu

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  9. Pathetic it was the best in Benin there. I just hope the supermarket was insured

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  10. See me cryin here like i own the place.
    How did this ever happen?
    In this difficult times someone lost this much.
    The workers have lost their jobs just like that.
    Kai this is sad.

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  11. "Joines bye-standas to *fole arms*.
    Bet, *porses fore a wild*
    whot coolaff bin the curser?
    Chai!!

    *A grate infestmaints gone.
    *Pipul jos lust dia job(s)
    * The enamy jos rejoyced.
    *God wheel steel open knew does.

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  12. Wow this is so sad. May God comfort them

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  13. Looks like everything went down.am crying.

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  14. Pray everyone was accounted for and no life lost.

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  15. Am seriously hurt big time.
    I pray for the owners.
    God pls console them.

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  16. Edo witches and wizards at work!...
    Holy Ghost fire!!!...
    I hope the owner of this mall is not an Igbo...
    Watch the owner coming back stronger and better!,..
    That's how they attacked prince Ebeano and made him stronger!,..

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    1. Fool.jezebel the owner of hallmark is from edo state and lives in edo state.idiot Enter your reply...

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    2. Ebeanos own was terrible.felt so bad for him it was painful.But he's pulling himself back.I hope the owner of this mall has insurance.this might just be arson who knows

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  17. This is bad o,harmattan isn't here yet fire everywhere.

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  18. Looks like a well-arranged fire. It burnt down the place it was meant to burn and no further.
    These are troubling times indeed.

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    1. Hmmmmmmmm
      Now you aff put one kin thought in my mind 😕😕

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  19. Dis is d period to draw closer to God o, tins r happening

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  20. Hope it isn't enemy of progress at work?

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  21. Oluwa abeg oh...na person investment be this oh hmmm

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  22. Eeweee! That's the only most important structure in Benin o. Una sorry ehn..

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  23. wow,someone's investment.

    God please help the owner stand back on his\her feet.

    @FREEMAN

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  24. shoprite was told they could not come into town cos of hallmark and now BOOM!!!...hallmark is gone...shoprite coming soon.

    JUST GUESSING BUT I AM SURE I AM NOT FAR FROM THE TRUTH..LOL

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  25. Oh oh! This is so sad.see how hallmark is a shadow of itself.chai..

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  26. I was only in Benin last week,and when I passed hallmark I remembered with nostalgia how the place would be jamparked Ard valentines day period.I remember getting gifts for my bf then,now hubby.this is sad.

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  27. I just hope the place is insured. this is sad.

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  28. Omg
    Terrible day for the owner.

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  29. God have mercy



    Ms Andre

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  30. With insurance cover, they have nothing to worry about. But hope it is insured because when you are telling some people about insuring their property, they would turn to emergency Christians saying God forbid.

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  31. With insurance cover, they have nothing to worry about. But hope it is insured because when you are telling some people about insuring their property, they would turn to emergency Christians saying God forbid.

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  32. OMG!!!! Hope they have insurance

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