According to him, the people in his area especially students, hairdressers, tailors, those with cold stores are really suffering which the power cut has been affecting their livelihood.
He is appealing to the government and the electricity company of Ghana (ECG) to restore power in the area because they have agreed to abide by their terms and conditions (concerning the prepaid meters).
However, the Municipal Chief Executive for Yilo Krobo in the Eastern Region, Hon Eric Tetteh has petitioned the management and the board of the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) over the current impasse between ECG and his community.
According to MCE, he will not let the situation to continue where there's power cut in his municipality so he will let the whole world to know that his municipality has not contributed to any safety problems for them.
Residents of Yilo Krobo and Lower Manya Krobo municipalities have left without power for about weeks now due to safety concerns raised by the ECG and the alleged tampering of its transformers.
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