CRISIS LOOMS AS DISCO EMBARKS ON MASS DISCONNECTION IN OSOGBO AND ENVIRONS.
There was a pocket of crisis in Osogbo head office of power distribution company when the people of Faridah Adeleke Market Dada Estate and other communities who were disconnected from power supply embarked on protest to the station road office of the IBEDC.
The Otun Babaloja of Olorunsogo together with both Iyaloja and Otun Iyaloja led the people of Faridah Adeleke Market to Dada Estate office of the IBEDC where they were directed to the Station road (Sport club) where their head office is located.
The matter was first reported at Dada Estate police division where the DPO in charge adviced that people should not take laws in to their hands but they should rather go and meet the head of Disco workers who came from Ibadan for the exercise.
At the IBEDC office ,One Mr Adeleke who addressed the protesters explained the rationale behind the action which was vehemently rejected by the people with the explanation that the officers of the Disco company should have deal with individuals that were owing them instead of throwing the whole communities in darkness under flimsy Excuse that some people refused to settle their bills.
The question begging for answer on this action of Disco is, does law support this action of mass disconnection?