Businessman Detained for Linking 21 Refrigerators to Public Light Power Source

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Businessman Detained for Linking 21 Refrigerators to Public Light Power Source

Businessman Detained for Linking 21 Refrigerators to Public Light Power Source, A businessman in Borno has been detained for linking his 21 refrigerators to the streetlight power source

Dabarju Anarju, a businessman from Maiduguri, was detained for unauthorized electricity usage intended to power streetlights in his ice shop.

He was suspected of exploiting the streetlights supply to power heavy-duty machinery in his shop located at NUJ, New GRA, selling cold drinks, ice blocks, and other goods. He was also charged with trespassing by allegedly expanding his store’s footprint onto a public road without permission.

Businessman Detained for Linking 21 Refrigerators to Public Light Power Source, He was detained by members of the Nigerian Security and Civil Defense Corps for this, and on Tuesday, June 21, the Borno Geographic Information System destroyed the shop.

Businessman Detained for Linking 21 Refrigerators to Public Light Power Source, The destruction occurred as a result of the man’s failure to abide by several notices that were served to him in compliance with applicable laws instituting the organization, according to Engr. Adam B. Bababe, the executive secretary of BOGIS.

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