D Black on the run as ECG taskforce chase him over GHC49 million illegal connection

- Advertisement -

The Oasis Pool and Shisha Lounge operated by singer and entrepreneur D-Black have allegedly had their electricity cut by ECOG Taskforce officials.

ECG National Taskforce busted operators of a nightclub in Accra for using power without an ECG meter.

The heist, according to a Citi news article, was gradual.

It has subsequently notified Oasis Pool and Shisha Lounge management to appear at its office for questioning.

- Advertisement -

They have asked the facility’s management to come in for questioning.

In addition to rapping, D-Black also manages events, rents equipment, and runs entertainment centers.

- Advertisement -

His nightclub’s sound systems, freezers, and other electrical devices rely on electricity to function properly.

To recover arrears and cut supply to delinquent customers, including state entities, the ECG revenue task force was formed.

ECG Taskforce off electricity to Terminal 3 and other offices at Kotoka International Airport on March 14, 2022 because to non-payment.

There were outstanding debts totalling GHC49 million, according to sources.

Aside from the Accra Sports Stadium, the National Sports Authority has also been affected by EC power interruptions.

To protest its debt, the task force stormed parliament on Wednesday.

 

- Advertisement -

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest Stories

Davido can’t believe his eyes as Nigerian man proposes to girlfriend in front of him (Video)

A clever guy seized the moment of a lifetime and proposed to his girlfriend right in the presence of...