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  • Writer's pictureNana yaw Dynamic

ECG threatens to cut power supply to parliament over GHS23m debt


On Wednesday, February 21, the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) is considering suspending power supply to the Parliament due to an outstanding debt of more than GH23 million.


This possible action is in line with the ongoing "Operation Zero Balance" initiative, which aims to recover debts from various customers that have not been paid. The choice to remember Parliament for the detachment targets has raised concerns, given its essential job in public administration. Sources propose that the collected obligation represents a significant test to ECG's tasks, influencing its ability to fulfill the needs of force makers.

This potential move follows a new detachment at Accra Institute Senior Secondary School on February 19 2024, where power was cut off because of a remarkable obligation of GH¢400,000.

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