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Ghana Water Company Faces Imminent Collapse, Group Warns

The Public Utility Workers’ Union of Ghana of Trades Union Congress (TUC) has warned of the imminent collapse of the Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL) as a result of the agreement the company singed with Messrs Befessa in December 2002.

According the group,  the agreement between the two parties was to build a desalination plant at Teshie to produce portable water from sea water for sale to GWCL for distribution to the residents of Teshie-Nungua. However, the group are not happy with some contractual agreement  and are therefore calling on the government to intervene to avert a possible collapse of the GWCL

This was carried out in a statement signed by the group’s General Secretary Michael Adumatta Nyantakyi today.

Below is the full statement issued by the group



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