Madam Zita Kyei-Gyamfi, the Tema ECG Regional Revenue Protection Manager, in an interview with the Ghana News Agency, said the GH¢11.5 million represented 10.91GWh (Gigawatt Hours).
The team visited 99 customers in parts of Spintex, under the Nungua District, during which 48 illegal connections were detected.
She said the illegal connections, included meter bypasses, and meter tampering among others, adding that some billing anomalies were also uncovered.
She advised people with any billing anomalies to visit the office for regularisation, while the Unit would liaise with the Company’s Legal Unit to impose the necessary sanctions on those engaged in the illegalities.
Madam Kyei-Gyamfi indicated that the unit is mandated to trace and identify the leakages, and that anytime they moved out they were able to get customers engaged in illegalities.
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