The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) is required to deliver a heap shedding plan for parts of the Greater Accra Region crossing May 10 – 17, 2021, to permit designers to do basic works at the Pokuase Bulk Supply Point.
The task is intended to serve 350,000 families.
"The zones have been assembled into four," he told the media during a visit through some force offices and tasks in the capital.
He added: "It has been planned for such a way that no single client will see the blackout all through for the eight days".
As indicated by Mr Agyemang Budu, clients "will see most likely 12 hours' blackout in the day time" while "the following three days, they will encounter the blackout in the evening time".
"It will be turned," he noted.
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