Thu. Feb 2nd, 2023

It seems unlikely that matches would be played at the Accra Sports Stadium in the evening in the coming days.
Because of overdue electrical payments, the stadium has been disconnected from the national grid.
The National Task Force of the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) is now working to disconnect entities that refuse to pay their bills, which has badly affected the Accra Sports Stadium. Bodies like the Kotoka International Airport found themselves in same soup with a debt of almost 49million Ghana Cedis.
The team head of the Task Force, Nene Shadrack Mase, told Joy Spots in an interview that the stadium’s power was turned off due to a debt of GHS508,000.00.
He stated that electricity would only be restored if the facility’s custodians paid 75% of the debt.
“What they have to do to be restored is pay one-fourth or 75% of the total debt and the rest of the debt will be scheduled for them. If there is a defaultment in payment, they will be cut off again,” Nene Shadrack Mase stated.
He added, “What they have to do to be restored is pay one-fourth or 75% of the total debt and the rest of the debt will be scheduled for them. If there is a defaultment in payment, they will be cut off again.”

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