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Pay Your Bills or Get Disconnected: ECG warns the Public

ECG publishes Dumsor areas in Greater Accra

Starting today, the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has launched a nationwide revenue mobilization campaign to recover unpaid bills amounting to GH¢5.7 billion from its customers.

The one-month exercise aims to collect debts from domestic users, businesses, organizations, ministries, departments, and state agencies for power consumed from 2022 to February 2023.

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ECG’s Managing Director, Samuel Dubik Mahama, stated that the target is 100%, and no one will be left out, including his home if he owes.

The company has closed all its administrative offices and deployed staff to collect debts during the period. However, technical staff, engineers, operations, and customer care units will be working to attend to customers.

The exercise will operate in each district, with respective managers leading their teams. Mr. Mahama emphasized the need to recover debts to preserve the company’s integrity, stay in business and keep suppliers in business.

He warned that all illegal connections would be charged as stealing, and appealed to customers to cooperate with the task force.

The private health facilities and airports will not be exempted, and they will have to make a payment plan to clear their debt.

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