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The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) is announcing to Ghanaians that there will be a planned power outage for seven days soon hence a timetable will be released to guide customers.
This was announced by the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) OF ECG, Mr Agyemang Budu who said this has become necessary due to the ongoing works on the Pokuase Bulk Supply Point.
Speaking during a tour of the Pokuase BSP which has been under construction since 2019, Kwame Agyemang Budu said ECG was finalising details of the timetable to be announced.
“The actual outages will occur from May 10 to 17. These outages are due to connecting the GRIDCO line to the national grid.”
“We are coming out with a planned schedule whereby the affected areas are grouped into four. We have done it in such a way that no single customer will see the outage throughout the eight days.”
“We will see probably a 12-hour outage in the day time and then in three days we’ll have another outage at night,” he said.
The outages, mainly to be in Accra, will affect Pokuase, Nsawam, Gbawe, Mallam, Achimota, Awoshie, and other areas.