A fire, believed to be of electrical origin, completely destroyed a Port Mourant, Corentyne home on Wednesday.Deodat Tasso, 46, a cash crop farmer, told this publication that he was not at home when the fire started.The Port Mourant, Corentyne home on fireAccording to the farmer, he was at his farm situated about half a mile from his home all day and upon his return at about 16:00h, there was a blackout in the community. Tasso said he did not venture into his house, but stayed downstairs and was separating vegetables he brought, in which a vendor wanted to purchase from him. He said that he then left and went to a nearby shop when he received a message saying that his house was on fire. According to Tasso, he was away from the building for about ten minutes when he received the message.“When I go back home, I see fire inside the whole house. I run and try to pull some of the pumpkin that I had under the house but the heat was too much,” he said.Villagers tried to form a bucket brigade when smoke was seen coming from inside of the building but to no avail. The farmer was unable to save anything from his home. Tasso has been living at the Port Mourant house for more than 30 years.Meanwhile, one fire truck from Rose Hall Town Fire Service arrived at the scene and fire fighters were able to prevent the blaze from spreading to nearby buildings.
Johnny Levita in action against Wakiso Giants in preseason (file photo)WANKULUKUKU – Having missed the draw at home to URA and the 3-1 defeat away to Mbarara City due to International Transfer Certificates (ICT) issues, Express duo of Isaac Mutanga and Johnny Levita have been given the go ahead to start playing.After sorting everything out with their former side CD Bukavu Dawa of Congo, the pair is now expected to feature in Express’s next dual with Police FC when the league resumes next week.Defender Isaac Mutanga is on a return to Express after playing for the 6-time champions in the 2015-16 season. He was named assistant captain at the start of this season to deputise Julius Ntambi.Johny Levita is expected to be a mainstay in Kefa Kisala’s midfield department on the account of his impressive preseason exploits.Express who sit 13th on the log will play against Police FC at the StarTimes Stadium Lugogo in their next league game on Tuesday 16th October.Comments Tags: Express FCpolice fcStarTimes Uganda Premier League