Government owes the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) close to US$500 million in bills, the Director of Customer Service, Dr. Nicholas Smart-Yeboah has said.
He said the debt was accumulated over the years, adding that 54% of the money was due to allocation fees in arrears for two years, and the rest is money owed by ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs).
Dr. Smart-Yeboah disclosed this exclusively to Adom News after addressing consumers at a program organized by the PURC under the theme “Ensuring quality of service delivery in the Electricity and Water sector”.
Public Relations Officer at the Energy and Petroleum Ministry, Edward Bawa confirmed his ministry owes ECG, adding that they have made part pay
Source: Adom News
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