Management of the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has commenced investigation into the alleged siphoning of fuel from its boom truck by one of its staff.
The action of the power company, according to them, follow a TV3 publication of a video depicting the siphoning of fuel from an ECG boom truck.
A statement issued on Thursday, December 14, 2023, by ECG said the supposed staff involved in the act has been identified as a driver stationed at its regional office in Cape Coast in the Central Region.
“The Management of ECG’s attention has been drawn to a TV3 publication of a viral video showing the siphoning of fuel from an ECG boom truck. The staff involved in the alleged siphoning of fuel from the ECG boom truck, with registration number GV 2474-14, has been identified as a driver stationed at the regional office of ECG in Cape Coast. A full-scale investigation has commenced in line with our disciplinary procedure,” the statement said.
The ECG used the medium to thank TV3 and further encouraged the general public to report any wrongdoing by its staff via its call centre and WhatsApp line on 0302 611 611.