Management at Presleys nightclub have provided an update on the damage caused by a fire at the venue last weekend.

PRESLEYS NIGHTCLUB OPENS UP ON DAMAGE

On Facebook, the nightclub explained its future, saying: “Presleys Nightclub is still here.”

Releasing photos taken on September 12, the club revealed that the damage was minimal, contrary to reports.

“Damage was minimal, mainly from the water used to extinguish the Monroe fire.”

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A fierce inferno broke out on the premises of Presleys night club. Photo: SCP/ Facebook.

The fire is believed to have destroyed Monroes ‘Presley’ nightclub and the Events Yard at the rear of the property.

The club also revealed that most of that water has been cleared and some roof damage will be repaired soon.

IF THERE WAS A REPORT OF A FIRE

On the evening of Saturday, September 10, it became known that a popular night club was on fire. Video and photos of the fire were being circulated to warn motorists to avoid the area.

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Although the facility has announced an indefinite closure, the club has hinted that it won’t be going anywhere.

“Presley never left the building, we are coping and will reopen soon,” the club wrote on Facebook.

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THE MANUAL IS LOWERED BY SUPPORT MESSAGES

Presley also came out to thank his patrons for their messages of support during this difficult time.

‚ÄúThank you so much for your messages and support. Due to the unfortunate fire, we are currently evaluating what happens next for Presley. Fortunately, the Silverado Pub and Grill and our car wash will be back up and running soon as the fire was undamaged, our goal is to be back up and running as soon as possible.”

“Please follow our Facebook and Instagram pages, we will keep you updated,” read the latest updates.

This is a developing story.

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