ECG sends warning to Ghanaians


A warning regarding possible power outages and voltage variations in specific regions, especially during peak load times (7pm – 11pm), has been issued by the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG).

The ECG indicates that blown fuses and broken wires could be the source of this condition. To address these problems and guarantee a more dependable power supply, the corporation does, however, reassure clients that new initiatives and transformer modifications are in the works.

For quick help, affected regions and localities are urged to contact the ECG Call Center via social media or report any localized outages or voltage fluctuations.

Although the impacted consumers are aware of the inconvenience they are experiencing, the ECG asks for their understanding and patience as it works to improve Ghana’s electricity distribution infrastructure.

In related news, the ECG’s managing director, Samuel Dubik Mahama, addressed worries about frequent power outages, or “dumsor,” and linked them to maintenance problems.

He underscored the organization’s dedication to expeditiously addressing these obstacles, considering the inherently hazardous nature of operating machinery.

Adwoa Serwaa Danso
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