The Senior Staff Union (SSU) Chapters of the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) at the Project Office and Eastern Region have supported victims of the Akosombo Dam Spillage with a total of GH¢27,000 cash.
While the Project Office SSU presented a cash support of GHc12,000, the Eastern Regional Chapter gave GHc15,000.
The cash support of the unions,, which were separately presented to Citi FM/Citi TV is to add to the pool of relief assistance the media station is currently campaigning for victims affected by the Akosombo dam spillage in the Lower Volta.
In addition to the cash, the Project Office Senior Staff Union donated 40 gallons of hand sanitizer and 1500 bottles of water.
With their expertise in the provision of electricity, the union members assured victims of the dam spillage of prompt restoration of electricity services to the affected homes when the water recedes.
Receiving the items from the Project Union SSU on behalf of the victims, the host of ‘Brunch in the Citi,’ Chantel Anombase assured the power distribution company that the victims will receive the items and expressed their profound gratitude for supporting the project. Representing the Senior Staff Union of the Project Office to donate the items to the relief support campaign were the General Manager of ECG Projects Office SSU, the Union Chair, Secretary, First trustee and the youth representative.
Patience Dodoo, the Suhum District Manager and first trustee for the Eastern Region Senior Staff Union, Abraham Lincoln presented the Eastern Region SSU’s cash to Citi FM’s morning show host, Bernard Avle live on radio.
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