The Electricity Company of Ghana CEO has recently done the unexpected after he finally came out to settle the debate over continuous power outage in Yilo and Manya Krobo wbu h is undoubtedly known to be one of the strongholds of the ruling NPP.
Speaking in a recent interview on the “Hard Truth” show on JoyNews, the EC boss took the opportunity to set the records straight over the continuous power outage in the Yilo and Manya Krobo of the Eastern region of Ghana.
“Do not for a second think that I am happy about what is going on. There are certain point in time, to be a leader you have to stand up and be counted. If I wanted to please Ghanaians, I would be selling ‘Waakye’ or giving people ice cream. I have to make certain tough decisions. Since 2014, those people have not been paying there bills”, the ECG boss emphatically revealed.
Do you think it was lawful to keep the residents in the NPP stronghold in the dark for about two weeks after installing new pre-paid meters amongst others even though most individuals claimed otherwise?
What are your thoughts after the EC Boss finally took the privilege to settle the debate over the most talked about power outage in Yilo and Manya Krobo which is known to be the stronghold of the ruling party that has caused massive reactions online even though most individuals claimed otherwise?
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