ECG Accuses Fantasy Dome Owners Of Illegal Connections: The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has accused Fantasy Entertainment, owners of Fantasy Dome of illegal power connection to the demolished building.

The ECG in a notice on Wednesday, March 20 directed to owners of the Fantasy Dome said “Customer connected power illegally to the Fantasy Dome even though they have their own metering system.”

“They bypass the meter and connected the power illegally on the public network,” ECG alleged.

This comes after the Ghana Trade Fair Company demolished the event center on Saturday, March 16 over the expiration of the tenancy agreement.

Asaaseradio reports that the alleged illegal connection was discovered when some electric cables sparked fire during the demolition of the facility over the weekend.

It said the incident happened whilst electricians were disconnecting power to the structure which was eventually demolished.

ECG has thus issued a 48-hour ultimatum to owners of Fantasy Dome to report to its Revenue Protection Taskforce office at Circle.

ECG Accuses Fantasy Dome Owners

Background To The Demolition Of Fantasy Dome

On Saturday, March 16 some unknown men with protection and support from some National Security officials razed down the Fantasy Dome.

Chief Executive Officer of the facility, Leslie Quaynor alleged that the demolition was carried out under the instructions of the Ghana Trade Fair Company for failing to relocate after its tenancy expired on December 31 last year.

Mr. Quaynor said despite securing a court injunction to restrain the demolition, the Trade Fair Company ignored the court injunction and proceeded with the demolition.


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