Detroit — Detroit mayoral candidate Anthony Adams demanded answers Tuesday from DTE Energy officials and Mayor Mike Duggan while attempting to enter the utility’s headquarters downtown with about a dozen supporters on the sixth day of a power outage for thousands of residents.

He and the group carrying protest signs were turned away by DTE security. Instead, they remained at the front doors chanting “DTE, we deserve better.”

Adams said residents deserve an explanation about why power is difficult to restore in the state’s largest city and said a $25 credit for all the lost food in their freezers, “isn’t going to cut it.”

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