THE NFA is continuing its investigations to determine the cause of the fire in Nausori last weekend that left two families homeless, with personal properties destroyed.
CEO John O'Connor said they were working with the Fiji Electricity Authority to verify whether electricity was involved before they could finalise their report.
The double-storey house, which this newspaper has established, was occupied by two families — one family comprising three couples and two babies and the other housing 11 adults and a two-year-old girl.
Meanwhile, the property manager of Madhvi Holdings Properties, Narayan Sami, has publicly appealed for assistance for his two tenants.
He said there was a desperate need for good hearted people and charitable organisations to assist the two families.
"Members of these families, including the children, have nothing but the clothes on their back.
"They need clothes, food, sanitary items, beddings and cooking utensils.
"In fact, they will appreciate anything," Mr Sami said.
"As a landlord, I've assured them that as soon as the police and the NFA gives the go ahead, we'll clear the debris and try and erect a shelter there for them.
"In the meantime, they are housed in our other properties with other tenants."
At this stage, Mr O'Connor said they would continue with their awareness programs on the prevention of fire.