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‘Please cooperate with SESB to curb illegal connection’

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ILLEGAL CONNECTIONS … enforcement officers from SESB and other agencies with the severed cables.

14th February, 2019

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Electricity Sdn Bhd (SESB) continues chasing after power thieves, who have been ripping off power utility over the years.

In its recent raids on two squatter settlements in Sepanggar, enforcement officers from SESB and other agencies disconnected illegal electricity connections and seized the cables used in such connections.

SESB general manager (Corporate Communications), Chendramata Sinteh said that the joint operation involved 50 SESB staff members and personnel from Energy Commission, police, City Hall, and Immigration Department.

“We urge the public and community leaders to cooperate with SESB to curb illegal electricity connection in their respective areas by channelling information to us.

“SESB will continue to conduct such operation periodically to stop this activity,” she said in a statement here yesterday. – By Eric Bagang

   
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