The Electricity Company of Ghana’s (ECG) Prepaid Challenges have prompted Kwame Aplus to advise Ghanaians to engage in illegal electricity connections should the need arise.
Due to a widespread system issue, Ghanaians have been unable to use prepaid electricity services for the past week or so.
Public figures are being forced to join the cries for help of the populace as the situation becomes intolerable.
One of these sympathizers is Kwame Asare Obeng, a musician who is now a politician and is widely recognized as Aplus.
Aplus claimed that many people are finding the ECG prepaid scenario to be precarious given that it might be used for urgent necessities such as health care.
Aplus claims that he will be forced to connect to the electrical power illegally if the problem is not resolved before it becomes critical.
He also urged Ghanaians to do the same in the event that it becomes essential for them to use electricity in an emergency.
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