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Our Husband No Long Has Time For Us At Night, Do Due To Blackout

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Tuesday saw a small-scale drama in Port Harcourt, the capital of Rivers State, when a group of ladies invaded the Port Harcourt Electricity Distribution Company’s office to voice their disapproval of the ongoing power outage. The women from Diobu, Port Harcourt’s Mile 2 and Mile 3 axis blocked the PHED office near Isaac Boro Park, claiming that their husbands didn’t spend much time with them at night because of the extreme heat waves brought on by the epileptic power supply.

Before going to the PHED office to voice their disapproval, the demonstrators with placards marched along many of Diobu’s main streets, including Wokoma, Dim, WokoLaneane, Obaziolu, DLaneane, Egbuagu, Azikiwe, and Ojoto Streets.

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The Rivers ladies carried signs with various statements, like “We lack romance with our husbands’, ‘Our husbands no longer touch us at night’, No light no payment’, ‘The heat is too much,’ ‘PHED help us to sleep well with our husbands’, among others

A woman from Rivers who wished to remain anonymous stated that they too struggle to keep cooked food fresh for several weeks. She also mentioned that their business has been negatively impacted by the Port Harcourt distribution company’s subpar power supply.

She mentioned that the most impacted neighborhoods were Dim, Wokama, Azikiwe, and Ojoto, and they voiced disappointment that they had to pay light bills every month without receiving a comparable power supply.

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