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  • Writer's pictureNana yaw Dynamic

Accra Academy owes us over GHS400,000 – ECG

According to ECG officials, Accra Academy was cut off from the power grid by the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) due to an outstanding debt of GH400,000.

Some on-campus teachers were also impacted by the disconnect, which resulted in a power outage that affected the entire campus on Monday, February 19. An anonymous teacher clarified that the school is not directly responsible for paying off the debt and does not know how much is owed to the power distribution company.

In an interview with Bernard Avle on the Citi Breakfast Show on Citi FM, ECG's head of prosecution Paul Agraga stated that the disconnection was a part of an ongoing effort to recover payments owed to the company. "Ordinarily, we have a group that goes around once some time to illuminate our clients regarding their obligations so they don't gather thus assuming that you take Accra Foundation for instance, they owe in overabundance of GH¢400,000 to the ECG." He further made sense of and excused charges that the ECG is intentionally focusing on the school.

He emphasized that the company also owes its partners money that it must pay, indicating that the breakup was part of the company's larger efforts to manage its finances and pay off debts. "We didn't explicitly target Accra Foundation, it is a continuous activity we are leading, and various homes, organizations, and establishments have additionally faced a similar outcome.

"The without no utilization doesn't segregate by any means and when you owe, you will be separated. It doesn't make any difference whether it is Parliament or a security administration since we likewise owe individuals that we need to pay."


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