Ghana Water Company starts distribution of water bills to customers using more than five cubic metres

Customers of Ghana Water Company in the Upper East Region have started receiving their January water bill for onward payment. The President in his 21st address to the nation said, “With the continuing difficulties occasioned by the pandemic, I want to state that government intends to continue to support the most vulnerable in our society. “Government will, thus, continue to pay the electricity bills for our nation’s one million active lifeline customers for the next three months, i.e. January, February “Additionally, all one million, five hundred thousand customers of the Ghana Water Company, whose consumption is not more than five cubic metres a month, will not pay any bills for the next three months, i.e. for the months of January, February and March.” However, according to the Ghana water company official who was going distributing the bills he said, this time when you consume 5000 liters in a month you won’t pay but, if you consume above 5000 liters, you have to pay. He told anxious customers. However, the step is part of the government’s continuous dedication to shield Ghanaians from the harsh effects of the coronavirus. Source: Apesnewsgh

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