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The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) wishes to announce to the general public of its 16-day load shedding in some parts Accra.
According to the company, the new load shedding will start from Thursday, 27 May to Friday, 11 June at peak hours ( Lights will go out between 6:00 pm and 12 midnight on scheduled days); and will affect some parts of the Greater Accra Region.
The Company explained that, there will be work on the Kasoa Bulk Supply Point (BSP), and will require a re-construction of a section of Ghana Grid Company’s 161kV Winneba to Mallam transmission lines and tie-in; and that… the load shedding is necessary to facilitate work of contractors and to help improve power supply.
Below are the some of the areas that will be affected by the load shedding.
The affected areas in Group A include Awudome, Gbawe Top Base, Labadi, Kaneshie Market, Cantonments, Abelenkpe, Teshie, Osu, Ashaley Botwe and Tetegu.
In Group B; the areas are Airport Residential Area, Nima, Regimanuel Estates, Dansoman SSNIT Flats, Tesano, Haatso, Dzorwulu, Roman Ridge, West Hills Mall and Kisseiman.
Those to be affected in Group C includes; Bubiashie, East Legon, Gbawe, Dansoman Control Market, Aplaku, Kotobabi, North Kaneshie, Russia, Ajorman and again Airport Residential Area.
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