ECG pursues Judicial Service over GH¢762,000 obligation

The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has served separation notice on the Judicial Service over its supposed feet-hauling disposition towards the installment of its obligation.

The Judicial Service owes GH¢762,319.35 in power bills and all endeavors by ECG to recuperate the sum have demonstrated worthless in the wake of serving the foundation a “request notice”.

On Monday, April 11, 2022, the ECG served the detachment notice on the Judicial Service at around 12:40 pm.

The National Disconnection/Revenue recuperation Task Force from the ECG is closely following exactly 29 intensely obligated establishments in the country to diminish the liabilities on its books.

The power wholesaler has up until this point separated and consequently reestablished capacity to the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) over a GH¢1.6 million obligation.

A few worldwide associations like the United Nations Development Program, Communications Ministry, Entrance Pharmacy, Accra Sports Stadium, EOCO, and Internal Audit Agency, among others, are on the ‘red rundown’.

On account of the Judicial Service, the power wholesaler might separate their office from the public matrix by Friday on the off chance that no responsibility or endeavor is made to take care of the bill.

The Judicial Service had made a complete installment of GH¢450,592 as of February 28, 2022.