Viral video shows how electricity distribution company employee was electrocuted

Viral video shows how Enugu State Electricity Distribution Company (EEDC) employee attached to Nsukka metropolis of the company in Nigeria was electrocuted in the University town of Nsukka while trying to relocate high tension live wire to pave way for the on- going road construction in the area. The incident happened on Thursday October 20, 2016.

According to source, the EEDC  staff was alone on official duty at Total filling station round-about, dislodging live wires for the expansion of the road reconstruction when suddenly, power came live to the wires and hooked him up while on the pole.


The EEDC staff whose name was given as Patrick was said to have climbed the pole without a safety helmet, working on the wires when power came live and fell on his head, pulled him for about 30 minutes while sympathizers were shouting for help without response as the man dangled on the high tension pole between life and death around 10am. 

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