GBC Disconnected From The National Electricity Grid For The Third Time in 1 Year Over Bills
The Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC) on Monday was disconnected from the National Electricity Grid over unpaid debt of over 6.1 million Ghana Cedis. This operation was the third time the national media firm has been disconnected from the National Electricity Grid.
According to the General Manager in charge of external communications, Mr. Charles Nii Ayiku, negotiation with the state broadcaster regarding the payment terms is ongoing and they hope GBC will be able to pay the debt soon.
Earlier in April this year, GBC was taken off the national grid over unpaid utility bills to the tune of GH¢15, 420,246.
The state broadcaster was also disconnected in October 2021 for failing to settle its indebtedness to the power distributor.
Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC) is currently depending on generator for its activities in the various departments.