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ECG educates students of ArchBishop Porter Girls High School on its operation

IMG 20161129 WA0084PRO/Western Philip Osei Bonsu addressing the students 

Students of Archbishop Porter Girls Senior High School in Takoradi have been schooled on the operations of the Electricity Company of Ghana. The education formed part of the week-long celebrations to mark the 28th anniversary of Power Queens Club. The theme for the celebrations was “Integrity in Service Delivery, the role of the Queen”.


Mr. Philip Osei Bonsu, the Public Relations Officer, in his presentation, introduced the students to Ghana’s Power Supply chain (Generation, Transmission, and Distribution) and ECG’s role in same. He noted that educating the young generation in 2nd cycle institutions was part of ECG’s stakeholder engagement and communications strategy.

Other speakers included the Marketing Officer, Queen Sylvestina Araba Annan, who took the students through some energy conservation tips.

 Ing. Godwin Yabameh also spoke on some major causes of outages in electrical networks, Load management and some Interesting facts about electricity.

The anniversary celebrations witnessed other very exciting activities including revenue collection exercises in Agona and Bogoso, a clean-up exercise and kenkey party at the regional. The week long celebrations was climaxed with a thanksgiving service at the All Saints Anglican Church in Takoradi.

IMG 20161129 WA0075Students receiving educational materials on energy safety

IMG 20161129 WA0081A cross-section of students at the Gathering







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