Protest against Mercury Murder Energy

For switching off the power because a family couldn't afford what $168 that was owing. As a result of a woman who uses life support died because the power was swithced off.

A book of condolences for the family of Folole Muliaga will be opened by the Solidarity Union, who organised a protest at the headquarters of Mercury Energy on Thursday. The book will be on the Union's stall at South Auckland's Otara Markets this Saturday June 2 from 10am to 1pm, and has already been signed by the local Resident Action Movement's ARC Councillor Robyn Hughes, manager of the Mangere People's Centre Roger Fowler and Solidarity Union Secretary Joe Carolan.

The Union will also be calling for a minute of silence for Folole at 12 noon at the Markets, in solidarity with her grieving relatives. A community coalition is being formed at the Mangere Community and Learning Centre which is expected to meet next weekend.

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