The MCE for Yilo and Lower Manya Krobo has urged residents of the area to exercise patience as efforts are being to restore power to the area following two weeks of darkness.
The Electricity Company of Ghana has reiterated that its stance on the condition it set to be met before it restores power to the Krobo enclave remains unchanged as it reaffirms that if the safety of its workers is not guaranteed they will not enter the community to work. A longstanding
The ongoing impasse between some indigenes of the Kroboland and the Electricity Company of Ghana has led to the Senior Staff Union of the ECG solidly supporting the instruction from Public Utility Workers Union (PUWU) to the staff of ECG not to work in that enclave to ensure their safety. PUWU instructed especially
Eric Tetteh, the Municipal Chief Executive of Yilo Krobo Municipality, has revealed that a group of 50 military officers will be sent to the Krobo area to help the Ghana Electricity Company(ECG) to install prepaid meters. Describing the instruction as simple, Eric Tetteh, explained that “when they enter your house
The fight against coronavirus is far from over but the battle against the disease has drawn the attention of the authorities to another battle which is the issue of vaccine hesitancy due to the perception some people have formed against it. Director-General of the Ghana Health Service Dr Patrick Kumah