The Emir, who visited the market on Sunday, sympathized with the victims and lamented over the loss incurred.
Represented by the district Head of Bichi, Alhaji Abdulhamid Bayero, the Emir stated that he was disturbed by the news of the unfortunate incident.
Bayero said that Badume market was one of the biggest markets within Bichi Emirate , therefore, the Emirate would embark on efforts to upgrade the standard of the market.
The Emir appealed to the Bichi local Government council and Kano state Government to assist the victims of the inferno.
The Vice chairman of Bichi local Government, Alhaji Idris Muhammade, who conducted the entourage round the affected areas in the market, said the local Government has set up a panel to investigate the root cause of the incident.
Muhammad further disclosed that investigation would be carried out to find out what lead to the incident.
Prayers were offered for the repose of the soul of those that lost their lives in the inferno.
ROYAL NEWS reports that an early morning inferno killed three people and burnt 100 temporary shops in the market.
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