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|Very Very Urgent. by dexy007(m): 8:58am On May 26, 2015|
Pls, I need urgent responses, since last week saturday there hasn't been power here in garki district of Abuja, only for power to be restored early this morning.
To my amazement, I found it kind of weird when I remembered my ceiling fan was set to the lowest and happens to be functioning as if it's been set to the highest.
I quickly rushed out of my room only to discover the following:
1. My LG LED TV of about 120k was only producing audio, visual was static.
2. My LG microwave was in smoke.
3. My light bulbs and fluorescents all burnt.
4. My phones (BlackBerry Q10 & fLG-E615) all refused coming up.
5. My phone chargers all burnt.
6. My decoders (DSTV & QTV) all burnt.
7. While rushing to cut off power, my QTV adaptor and BlackBerry charger exploded in my face)
Pls my question is this, who do I go to? who should be held responsible? Who are to be held culpable for all these losses?
I am so confused right now, the only properties not affected were the 3 split A.C's that were off and the electric water heater which was on but wasn't affected, don't know how.
Haba!! forgot to mention I have been running on generator all this while, the male house help noticed the indicator was on, happily changed over and went back to bed!
What do I DO?
|Re: Very Very Urgent. by Nobody: 9:00am On May 26, 2015|
Go to otuoke and wait for oga jona when u see him just hold him in the neck sir . He must be held responsible
|Re: Very Very Urgent. by indiraserv: 9:01am On May 26, 2015|
Sorry bout your loss.....but there's no one to hold responsible for it unfortunately
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