Photo Of A Man Who Got Electrocuted While Trying To Steal A Transformer Cable In Delta

It has been reported that a yet-to-be-identified man has been killed while trying to steal a transformer cable.

Local reports show that the man was electrocuted while trying to steal cables from a transformer in Delta State.

The incident happened on Sunday in Ogharefe. Unfortunately for him, power was restored while he was in action and he died in the process.

He got what he deserve, what do you think?

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  • It's unfortunate. But these vandals are part of the problem in our power sector. Many of them can be heartless, plunging an entire community into darkness just out of sheer selfishness.

    - Maureen Olih - 2019-08-17 19:41:31 Quote

  • A dead man doesnt deserve anything apart from burial.

    Even his people will be ashamed to identify him because he died for the wrong task.

    But to we at our youthful stage, lets try and be useful to the society in a positive way. Vandalizing public assets is really bad.

    - Lubem Terzungwe - 2019-08-17 19:49:36 Quote

  • Yes,He got what he deserved ,Stealing is very bad most especially when it comes to the stealing of electrical materials that not only one person is entitled to! I only pity his family members 

    - Michael Olatunji - 2019-08-17 19:52:45 Quote

  • Bad mind and wicked thought full people minds how can some one still what generate light for hundred of people and think God will be on His side it's said that 99days for the thef but one day for the owner . me I think that God just catch him.

    - Ahmed Taiwo - 2019-08-17 20:14:40 Quote

  • Lol....y would he even think of stealing cables....lmao

    - Funmike Deborah - 2019-08-17 22:39:12 Quote

  • Hmm! I pity the dead man. It's unfortunate that it led to his death. In one sense, the man got what he deserve. In another sense, I'm still wondering what could have push this man on this dangerous errant. With tears in my heart, let me just say with pitiful voice that "he deserves what he got.

    - Samson Adamu - 2019-08-31 23:27:33 Quote

  • These  are part of the problem in our power sector. Many of these vandals can be heartless, plunging an entire community into darkness just because of greed. His people will be ashamed to identify him because he died for the wrong task. Lets try and be useful to the society in a positive way. 

    - Adedotun Bamisile - 2019-09-03 08:23:03 Quote

  • It's sad, so sad. Vandalizing power cables of a particular area so that your own area will have electricity while the other people won't have electricity is very very very selfish. This is not a NEPA not giving light, this is a matter of selfishness of one Nigerian towards other Nigerians. This means that, every problem in the society is not caused by the government. One love oh. Thank you. 

    - NDU-ELUWA CHIMELA - 2019-09-09 14:19:39 Quote

  • That serves him right, what a satanic work of a man, how can someone go to the transformer to steal cable, is he nepa staff? Or how did he know about cable not to talk of transformer 

     He must have  been doing this before, this is not his first time of doing this, Yoruba adage says everyday is for the thief and one day is for the owner,  may God Almighty have mercy on us in this country. 

    - Yahaya Solihudeen Ajiboye - 2019-09-10 11:51:07 Quote

  • Even his people will be ashamed to identify him because he died for the wrong task.

    But to we at our youthful stage, lets try and be useful to the society in a positive way. Vandalizing public assets is really bad.

    Vandalizing power cables of a particular area so that your own area will have electricity while the other people won't have electricity is very very very selfish. This is not a NEPA not giving light, this is a matter of selfishness of one Nigerian towards other Nigerians. 

    - Fadaini Alex - 2019-09-10 12:23:56 Quote

  • Yes he got what he deserved.

    Straight to hell fire, no hold up. Stealing is very  bad  and it is a lesson to all those vandaliser of public assets

    Even his people will be ashamed to identify his body because he was caught doing the  wrong thing. This is how God wants to expose him.

    This is not a matter of NEPA not bringing light,  this is a matter of selfishness of one Nierian towards other Nigerians

    - Ajuma Idris - 2019-09-15 13:41:34 Quote

  • Some Nigerians and their selfish desires, bad behaviors will get us nowhere oh, you don't know which crime will be your last one, that is definitely not his first crime, he has been committing petty crimes and getting away with it till now

    - Mofolu Ayo - 2019-09-16 18:32:40 Quote

  • Yes he got what he deserved, his greediness led to his death, light that is not stable before, he now wants to steal the cable, so the people should  be in total darkness? This should teach his fellow thieves not to try it, such a young man, he just wasted his life

    - Boluwatife Fashina - 2019-09-24 11:48:54 Quote

  • Stealing is bad,no matter what do not steal instead of stealing from people,please seek for help,do not be shy...and try your best to work and earn too. Build a foundation for your kids.

    - Cynthia A Fidelis - 2019-10-02 22:25:25 Quote

  • Can you see we nigerians , we are stuborn in obeying these in authority, and we should try to be sincere , by not taking the property of the community as our personal property.     

    Thanks

    - Abdul Rahman Razaq - 2019-10-06 18:16:17 Quote

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