Borno State fire service have its offices in the 27 local government area of the state and other towns that are big to accommodate them. Firefighting is the act of attempting to prevent the spread of and extinguish significant unwanted fires in buildings, vehicles, woodlands, etc. A firefighter suppresses fires to protect lives, property and the environment. Firefighters typically undergo a high degree of technical training. This involves structural firefighting and wildland firefighting. If the government is not providing this service to the citizen for free, the state would have a lot of problem because it is unlikely that the person whose house is burning will pay to ensure the fire did not spread to other properties. The fire service, also known in some countries as the fire brigade or fire department, is one of the three main emergency services Firefighters work closely with other emergency response agencies such as the police and emergency medical service. The during administration of Governor Kashim, the Federal Service trained 107 Borno State fire fighters towards an effective fire fight on emergency cases of fire outbreak in the state. The state government later on procured 50 fighting vehicles to be deployed not only to the state capital but also to other Local Government Areas of the State. The federal fire service in its support for the state, donated two fire fighting vehicles and deployed 40 federal service personnel to the state to man the north east zonal office.