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If You Don’t Have Light, It’s a Local Fault- ECG

The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has given an indication of a stable national grid across the country as the Easter festivity and holiday loom, calling on all customers experiencing power cuts to reach out to their call centres.

According to the company, any outage occurring from this point onward is as a result of a local fault.

In a notice, it said, “The Electricity Company of Ghana wishes to inform our cherished customers and the general public that we have a stable national power supply (stable national grid).”

It continued, “Any customer who is currently experiencing a power outage is due to a localised fault. Please call our contact centre on 0302 611611 (also available on WhatsApp) or report on our social media handles (ECGghOfficial) for immediate action to fix the outage and restore power supply.”

It comes a day after the ECG announced a reduction in power supply from the Pokuase Bulk Supply Point, plunging parts of the country, including Kwabenya, Agbogba, Mayera, part of Teiman, Ayi Mensah, Katapor, Top Herbal, Bohye, Abloradjei, Pure Water, Pokuase Township, Fountain Gate, and surrounding areas, into darkness.

Ghana has for some time now endured erratic power supply impacting businesses and daily lives with the demand for a load-shedding timetable increasing.

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