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Ghanaians to enjoy another free electricity, water for 3 months– Ofori-Atta announces

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Ghanaians will enjoy three months of free water and electricity supply as government further reduces the burden of the Covid-19 pandemic on the citizenry.

According to the Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta who announced this during his Mid-year Budget review, it is because government puts the concerns and aspirations of the ordinary Ghanaian first.

“That is also why we further reduced electricity prices by half and completely provided potable water for free for everybody since March this year. And we will extend it for another 3 months,” he told Parliament, Thursday.

According to the Minister, the free water initiative would be for all water consumers while the electricity supply would be limited to only lifeline consumers.

“It takes a caring government of the people, and with that, I mean, a Government of all the people, to offer cost-free water to all across the country: representing all domestic and commercial customers in Ghana for three months.

“It takes a caring government to be for the people and for business, large and small, to choose to subsidize electricity consumption by 50 per cent to 4,086,286 households and 686,522 businesses at a cost of ¢1.02 billion in three months. And we will extend the coverage for lifeline customers for another 3 months,” he said.

 

 

–Myjoyonline

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