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Kasoa and other areas to experience shortage in water supply from March 23

The Management of the Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL) has disclosed that its Weija plant will be shutdown temporarily on Wednesday, March 23, 2022.

According to the GWCL, the shutdown will affect water supply to the following areas:

Kasoa, Weija, Mallam Junction, McCarthy Hill, Bortianor, Gbawe, Anyaa, Awoshie, Dansoman, Sakaman, Glefe, Odorkor and Mataheko.

Other affected areas include, Mamprobi, Chorkor, Kaneshie, Akweteyman, Abeka-Lapaz, Nii Boi Town, Tesano, Achimota, Accra Central business district, parts of Ministries and surrounding areas.

In a statement issued on March 22, 2022, the management of the GWCL said, the shutdown is to enable the ECG to complete its expansion works on the plant.

“… the Weija Headworks will be temporarily shut down on Wednesday 23rd March, 2022 following a request by the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) Ltd to carry out expansion works at one of the stations that powers the Weija Raw Water Pumping Station,” the statement read.

The Management of the GWCL, therefore, urged its customers living in these affected areas to store enough water, adding that water production and supply will resume as soon as ECG completes its expansion works.

Read the full statement of the GWCL below:



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