To those in a greater part of Accra, it has been realized that for the past few weeks, there has been series of light outs which occur normally on a rotatory basis.
This has been the technique adapted by the ECG- Ghana to ease the load shed on the Pokuase power supply still under construction.
A new timetable has been released for the general public, so that individuals in the affected arrears can check and avoid any inconveniences.
This time round, the time for the power outages has been shifted to 6pm-12midnight as that has been identified to be the time with high power consumption level.
Hence the new timetable will last for a period of 16 days with the breakdown in the chart provided.
According to ECG, this new development is to help the constructors wrap up with their work on the power supply.
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