We use Prepaid meters ECG hasn’t disconnected our power-Energy Ministry.

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The ministry of energy has disputed reports about them being disconnected by the Electricity Company of Ghana as an ongoing exercise from the power company to mobilize funds from post paid meter users.

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The Ministry describes the report as wrong as the facility runs on prepaid meters.

The Communications Specialist at the Ministry, Kofi Abrefa Afena, disputed that they have been disconnected from the grid. 

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He continued “The Ministry of Energy as the supervising agency of the ECG will support ECG in recovering all its money accruing from energy sold to consumers. The Ministry will lead by example in paying for its energy consumed”.

The Ministry according to Mr. Afena urges all and sundry to pay for their energy consumed to enable ECG and NEDCo to provide essential services to consumers.

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Meanwhile, the Electricity Company of Ghana says it will from today, Monday, March 20, embark on a massive disconnection exercise in a bid to mobilise revenue.

The exercise is using almost all ECG staff, from top management to junior officers to retrieve all the monies owed it.

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