ECG announces offices closing in preparation for a national revenue mobilisation effort

In preparation for a massive statewide revenue mobilisation effort, the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has announced the closing of its offices.

The exercise will start on March 20, 2023, and it will last through Thursday, April 20, 2023.

In order to allow for full engagement by top management and staff, the shutdown will consequently affect its head office, regional offices, and district offices with the exception of customer service centres.

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All categories of customers in arrears, including State-Owned Companies, will be the target of the exercise, which will be watched over by special teams that will seize and prosecute any customers who try to obstruct it or engage in illegal self-reconnection after being disconnected.

Recalcitrant clients who have refused to pay off their debt to the company after being presented with a final demand notice will be brought before the court of law, ECG said in a public announcement.

In order to prevent being disconnected and having to pay reconnection costs, all customers have also been advised to pay their payments right away.

Read full statement below;

ECG announces office closings in preparation for a national revenue mobilisation effort
Image credit: ECG

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