The Electricity Company Of Ghana (ECG), earlier released a timetable or better still, a schedule to manage the intermittent power cuts.
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ECG in collaboration with other stakeholders decided on a 10-day power cut in various parts of the Greater Accra Region.
The 12-hour long of 7 days dumsor is expected to commence tomorrow, Monday, May 10, 2021, and is expected to end on Monday, May 17, 2021.
The schedule is to enable the newly constructed Pokuase Bulk Supply(BSP) to GRIDCo's 330kV transmission line.
For day one, the ECG has given the areas that would be affected by the 12-hours long power cuts as follows;
In other news, there has been heavy police presence at the Black Star Square and other principal streets of Accra.
This is to enforce an injunction by the High Court against the #FixTheCountry protest which was to happen on May 9.
The deployment of the police force, according to the Ghana Police Service is to enforce the ruling and ensure that Covid-19 protocols are duly observed across the country.
This injunction effected by the High Court has had the convener of the protest, instruct supporters to demonstrate via social media and in their homes and communities.
Conveners have also advised protesters across the country to hoist placards at vantage points in their respective communities to register their displeasure.
Meanwhile, Convener of the #FixtheCountry movement, Oliver Barker-Vormawor, has alleged that government is unlawfully monitoring the phone records of one of the prospective protesters; a suspicion the group believes began when they were tricked into a meeting with sector ministers to discuss the planned protest.
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