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ECG’s Accra East Region records 30% revenue loss

ECG’s Accra East Region records 30% revenue loss

The Accra East Region of the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has revealed that it has recorded about a 30 percent revenue loss as of August 2022.

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Speaking at a stakeholder engagement with Municipal Chief Executives within the company’s Accra East jurisdiction, the commercial manager, Jonathan Asante, said many customers of the company keep frustrating all efforts made by the company in its revenue mobilization exercise.

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He however announced that the company will embark on a revenue mobilization exercise next week to make up for the revenue shortfalls.

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“Next week, we are going to embark on revenue mobilization

The union and the management will come to assist us and the approach will be cordial

He assured that there will not be mass disconnections, as it is feared by the company’s clients.

We are going to fix some of the meters in a box and the new ones we are fixing will be sealed in a box so that when we come, and you have tempered with the seal, we take you on, so any new installation done is sealed in a box to prevent and discourage tampering.”

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