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Women in Rivers state protest against PHCN over lack of light

Ghlagatin 4 weeks ago 0

Some women in Rivers state have taken to the PHCN office to share their frustration with the electricity company over the constant heat.

In a display of solidarity, some women took up placards to protest for a change in the electricity situation.

According to them, they were not getting light and this caused a lack of intimacy with their partners because of the blistering heat.

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They further pointed out how despite the lack of light, they were still made to pay outrageous bills to PHCN.

“Our husbands refused to touch us because of heat” — Rivers state women take protest to PHCN office “Our husbands refused to touch us because of heat” — Rivers state women take protest to PHCN office

This protest has gathered a flurry of funny reactions.

See post below

“Our husbands refused to touch us because of heat” — Rivers state women take protest to PHCN office “Our husbands refused to touch us because of heat” — Rivers state women take protest to PHCN office

Some reactions here

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@CatiaKyen wrote: “Everybody get wetin Dey do them for this country😂”

@Uzorchukwu_ affirmed: “True
As a man from rivers,I can confirm that I haven’t touch my wife since last month,i travel to bayelsa to touch my side chicks untill nepa intervenes”

@Selfmadeceleb3 added: “This people are not serious they should ask their husbands the real reason,a man can’t be facing hardship and still touch woman”

@Joiyy44 advised: “They should do ajo to buy dild0 and vibrat0rs. Na their husbands go later dy beg them. Make phcn listen to their plea sha”

@thisistolu asked: “Of all things happening in the country, this is their headache?”

SOURCE: Ghlagatin.net

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Frank Oteng known professionally as Ghlagatin is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger, freelance journalist, and reporter.He is the founder of Ghlagatin.net, an entertainment website. He graduated from Accra Technical University, ATU with a National High Diploma in Interior Design.

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