The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) is demanding the immediate dissolution of the boards of MIDA and ECG.
This comes after government announced its intention to terminate the controversial PDS concession agreement.
According to the opposition NDC, the two entities have woefully failed in their duties.
Addressing the media in Accra on Monday, General secretary of the party, Johnson Asiedu Nketiah said;
“The NDC demands the immediate dissolution of the MIDA Board and the Keli-Gadzekpo-led ECG Board. They have failed the nation and proven to be undeserving of the critical mandate which have been entrusted into their care by Ghanaians. They have proven to be lackeys in the service of a greedy cabal of family and friends hell bent on appropriating a critical national asset like ECG”.
“The party also wants an immediate forensic audit of the accounts of PDS by an internationally reputable audit firm, and the total refund of all monies which have accrued to or been collected by them from power consumers since 1st March, 2019 when they took over the Power Distribution Business of ECG”.