Man Electrocuted While Vandalizing Transformer

Late on Friday, a young guy who was not identified was electrocuted while breaking into a transformer close to the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) center in Otukpo, which is the capital of the Benue State local government area.
According to information obtained by Naija News, the man unexpectedly died from electrocution when the Jos Electricity Distribution Company (JEDC) restored electricity.

The victim’s lifeless body was found hanging from the high-tension pole on Saturday morning, according to Daily Post, and a sizable group of onlookers had gathered around it.

According to a source who talked with the aforementioned outlet, the suspect’s lifeless body is being removed by energy distribution workers from the dangling electric pole.

“We arrived this morning and discovered the body hanging from the electric pole at a transformer with tools in his hand,” the source continued.

Robbers with guns enter Delta Varsity
In other events, an attempted armed robbery on the campus of Western Delta University in Oghara, Delta State, on Thursday temporarily interrupted academic activities at the university.

Thanks to the quick actions of students and law authorities, the suspected armed robbers’ invasion was stopped, sparing any injuries or major disturbance.

PUNCH Metro reports state that the robbers gained entry to the university by way of an unfenced area of the campus’s back border.

When students immediately realized there was a threat, they sounded an alarm and ran to safer regions nearby, foiling the effort to rob the kids.
When the university called for help, the Delta State Police arrived right away. The incident was confirmed by SP Bright Edafe, the Police Public Relations Officer for the Delta State Command. She stated that the suspected thieves had entered through a broken fence but had left before police arrived.

Simeon Okpoko, a student leader, highlighted the continuous security issues that educational institutions face in the wake of the attack.

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