Less than 10 hours ago, a man identified as brother John has revealed how a new staff was punished after he tried to disconnect a street light despite not having light for weeks.
According to Brother John, he said a bottle was used on a staff head when he attempted to disconnect light from a street which has not had light for 3 weeks.
However many people are not happy with this incident, some internet users have replied saying that this is not a good move.
According to Kingsley, he said: "I don't think this staff deceives this. He was just doing his job, However, the rep in the area should have pointed out to their boss that there has been no power supply in the area. It is annoying to be disconnected without power but pay your bill"
"It is just not fair at all, how can you as a boss put off electricity from an area and then send your staff to go and disconnect People's houses from the supply. Negligence !!! The transformer is either bad or the feeders are down. Just explain to the people"
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Do you think such residents deserves light for 3 months?
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