ECG begins repair works on transformers in Kroboland

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The electricity company of Ghana has begun works on the transformers in Kroboland after several days of blackout.

Hundreds of residents in Kroboland have been in darkness for almost three weeks after the youth of the communities clashed with ECG over electricity bills.

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According to the Municipal Chief executive for Lower Manya Krobo Simon Tetteh, he believes the light will be restored very soon.

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”Now that the transformers are being repaired, we are highly expectant that power will be restored. We hope no other development forestalls this. It has not been easy these past weeks.”

“We are just urging our people to remain calm because the matter is being resolved and very soon, we will see an end to the blackouts we are experiencing.”

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ECG and the people of Manya and Yilo Krobo in the Eastern Region of Ghana clashed after residents were said to have refused to pay their debt.

According to the Managing Director of the ECG, Samuel Dubik Mahama, the residents of Manya and Yilo owe a total debt of ¢168million.

As a result, the municipalities have been without power for close to a month. 

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