ECG needs managerial and technical reforms – Businessman
A Tema based businessman has advised the board of directors and the Chief Executive Officer of Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) to step aside for the needed managerial and technical reforms to roll.
According to Mr Adams Iddrisu, ECG needed fresh and competent people to turn around its fortunes.
Speaking to the Ghana News Agency on the disputed billing system of ECG, he said,”The strange billing system has exposed the technical and leadership challenges of the Company. No business will thrive under such billing system.”
He said someone has to take responsibility for the exploitation of the masses and resign honourably.
“Why should it take the President to form a committee to solve problems some people are being paid to solve? I think it was about time that Ghanaian managers realised that they take both the glory and blame for their actions and inaction.”
According to Mr Iddrisu, ECG has sank so low in public trust and confidence that President Mahama will have do the changes if those in charge would not make way.
“My business is collapsing. Most businesses are collapsing. How long should this strange billing system persist?