Angry Youths Protests Against Failure Of Electricity, Says No More Payment For Darkness
By ThankGodnews | self meida writer
Published 15 days ago - 251 views
The angry youths have trooped out in large numbers to stage a protest against the failure of electricity in their hometown and every part of the state.
This protest took place in Ede local government in Osun state where different youths come out with cardboard of protest against Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company known as IBEDC due to the failure of power and delaying of their meters after payment.
According to the cardboard holding by the protesters, End IBEDC, End darkness, we prepaid meter, while others have written Ede people will no longer pay for the darkness and say no to the epileptic supply of electricity in our dear town.
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