ECG to leave on massive disconnection exercise to recover GH¢5bn debt
ECG to leave on massive disconnection exercise to recover GH¢5bn debt

On Monday, March 20, the Electricity Company of Ghana will begin a massive disconnection campaign to raise money. The activity comes after the ECG detached the Service of Energy last Tuesday, diving the entire office into haziness for nearly a quarter of a day, just reestablishing power after the mother service of the Power Organization of Ghana (ECG) covered their bill in full.

Numerous other Ministries, Departments, and Agencies (MDAs), as well as State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) that owe ECG a significant amount of money, will suffer the same fate, requiring the power retailer to launch a massive revenue mobilization campaign on Monday, March 20, 2023, through Thursday, April 20, 2023.

The activity utilizes practically all ECG staff, from top administration to junior officials, to recover all the monies owed to them. Mr Samuel Dubik Mahama, Esq., the Managing Director, claims: From September 2022 to February 2023, the company owes more than GH5 billion. The SOEs and MDAs bear the majority of this debt.

As a result, the plan is to take these agencies by storm starting on March 20, 2023. Those who don't pay their bills will be punished like the Ministry of Energy. Before this exercise, Mr Dubik Mahama went on a tour of all of ECG's active regions to educate the staff on how to raise money and always treat customers with respect.

Additionally, he reminded the staff that ECG is a business, not a charity and that everyone is expected to act accordingly. Toward the finish of the activity, 100 per cent of the obligation will be supposed to be recuperated.

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