Settle outstanding debt or face legal action – ECG to 20 defaulting customers

Source The Ghana Report

The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has urged defaulting customers to settle their outstanding debts within the next two weeks.

In a statement on Monday, November 27, ECG listed 20 companies including China Railway, Adansi Goldfields, Abosso Goldfield, and AngloGold Ash Iduaprim, that collectively owe over 2 million Ghana Cedis.

According to ECG, these companies have failed to make payments for the electricity consumed, a violation of section 4 (A) of L.I. 2413.

Despite numerous efforts to recover the outstanding amount, the power distributor has not seen any positive results.

The defaulting customers have therefore been advised to visit any ECG office within the next two weeks to either make full payment or to negotiate acceptable arrangements for settling their debts.

ECG warned that if payments are not made within the stipulated time frame, the company reserves the right to take the appropriate action.

The list of directors of the defaulting companies would be forwarded to national security agencies for tracing and further legal action.

ECG assured the general public of its commitment to maintaining a fair and sustainable billing system and called on all to fulfill their financial obligations promptly.

Below is the notice to that effect.

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