According to several reports, the embattled businessman used the streetlightsâ€™ supply to run heavy-duty equipment in his ice shop.
The Nigerian Security and Civil Defense Corps, NSCDC have arrested a Maiduguri businessman identified as Dabarju Anarju, for illegally tapping power from an electricity installation meant to power streetlights in his community.
According to several reports, the embattled businessman used the streetlightsâ€™ supply to run heavy duty equipment in his ice shop.
It was gathered that the streetlightsâ€™ supply powered 21 of the fridges in his shop located at NUJ, New GRA.
This, according to sources, helps him to run his cold drinks, ice blocks, and other business that needs electricity.
To this end, he was arrested while his shop was demolished by the Bomo Geographic Information System on Tuesday, June 21.
A sourceâ€™s narration said the manâ€™s arrest follows the inquisitiveness of the streetlight operator in charge of the area, who became suspicious of the shop on Tuesday and asked him of the source of the power with which the fridges were powered as there was no sound of a generator.
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