Power Restored To New Kejetia Market After 20% Payment

After being cut off on Wednesday, June 22, the New Kejetia Market has had power restored following a 20 percent payment of the GH¢5.2 million debt owed the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG).

Sources reveal the lights were restored at about 4:30 pm Tuesday, June 28, a situation that has obviously pumped life back into the market as commercial activities immediately bounced back.

The state-of-the-art market, which is also touted as the biggest market in West Africa, was taken off the national grid over huge debts that have accrued for 14 months.

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