The Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company (IBEDC) is currently looking for herbalists (Babalawos) to help restore power to Mowe-Ibafo communities in Ogun State.
According to TVC news, residents of the affected communities raised alarm following the tying of charms on the electricity changeover isolator at Magbon on Monday 4th October.
A meeting between the staff of IBEDC and community leaders proved abortive as they were unable to ascertain the person or group of persons that charmed the isolator, nobody claimed responsibility of the charms and sacrifice.
Therefore, the Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company (IBEDC) has resulted to looking for herbalists (Babalawos) to help remove the charms and sacrifice from the electricity changeover isolator.
Meanwhile, since the incident has happened, the whole area has been put into darkness due to the fact that, nobody, including IBEDC staff could touch the charms and sacrifice for the fear of repercussions.
The IBEDC is currently looking for Babalawos to help remove the charms and sacrifice so that they can restore power to the affected communities.
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