The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has not only been complaining about illegal connections carried out by Ghanaians in their various residences but also the huge cumulative debt owed them by several Ghanaian citizens. Hardly did we know that a single entity could owe the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) millions of cedis. There actual is a company which owes ECG more millions of cedis. According to ECG, the current outstanding debt of Tema Oil Refinery (TOR) is about GH¢ 27 million.
In view of this huge outstanding debt of TOR, the energy distributors (ECG) went ahead to cut electricity supply to the refinery. Many Ghanaians have reacted to this development. Most of these Ghanaians blamed the current government for the state that TOR finds itself in. There are others who also demanded that the Management of TOR be released from their duties due to the poor management of the refinery leading to this huge debt. Check below for few of the reactions:
Should the Management members be sacked as demanded? Is the government to be blamed for this huge debt? Share your thoughts with us by leaving all your comments below.
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