The Co-Chair of the Anti-Power Theft Task Force, Madam Mary Broh has called for trust on the part of citizens in the fight to tackle power theft.
Speaking Tuesday, during day 10 of the task force operations, which saw the disconnection of several illegal Connections in the Better Day Community in Duport Road, Zinnah Hill, and Kola Tree Communities located on the GSA Road, in Paynesville, Madam Broh called on those affected to right the wrongs.
She also emphasized that on the first offense, the victims will not be detained, but they will be processed, while she urged them to disengage from power theft.
Madam Broh further emphasized that it is the inalienable right of citizens to have access to electricity and other necessities, but such should be done void of theft.
The LEC Co-Chair of the Anti-Power theft task force also stressed that she is committed to ensuring that the right strategies and mechanisms are put in place through the Government, the Corporation, and the citizenry to resolve the issue of power theft.