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As part of its nationwide revenue mobilisation drive, the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has disconnected the Wassa East District Assembly and District National Health Insurance office.

The assembly is owing the ECG to the tune of GH₵25,000.00 whilst the Heath Insurance owes GH₵2,500.00.

The Western regional manager for ECG, Ing. Emmanuel Ofori, said his outfit is about to go cashless with the introduction of the ECG App.

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“As we are aware ECG has gone cashless. We want to provide customers with convenience to buy power in their homes. You have to come to our customer service points to buy power, so the app can be downloaded from the App Store and Play Store so that you can easily buy power with your MoMo.

“And the alternative one is to go to the bank if you can issue cheque and then you go to and pay the money through this system. So basically it is for the convenience of the customer,” he elaborated.

The exercise was led by a Board Member, Nana Nsafoa. The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) began the phase two of its nationwide revenue mobilisation exercise on Monday, May 29, 2023 and will end on Friday, June 2. This follows the success of a month-long drive which began in March and ended in April.

By Ebenezer Atiemo|ConnectFM|