Monday, November 28, 2022

Bad News: ECG Disconnect Power At Kotoka Airport Over 39 Million Cedis Unpaid Debt



The Electricity of Ghana has disconnected power supply at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) on Tuesday, November 1, 2022 for not paying accumulated debt.

KIA is reported to be owing the power distributor the sum of GHc 39 million.

According to information,  ECG’s National Revenue Protection Taskforce led the operation, and they also disconnected light at the Accra Sports stadium and the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) for defaulting the payment of their bills for more than  2 years.


However, ‘The Ghana Airport Company Limited on its part immediately issued a GH¢10 million cheque to defray part of GH¢39 million debt’, a report sighted on stated.

This is the second time ECG has cut power supply to Ghana’s international airport.


In December 2021, news was rife that KIA had spent almost GHc 118,000 on Christmas tree and decorations.

It is unclear as to why the company in good financial standing has delayed the payment of the electricity bill for a long time.Watch the video below.


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