The Leadership of Ghana Electrical Contractors Association (GECA), is calling on agitating members of the association to exercise patience as the leadership is working to ensure that Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) pays monies owed them.
According to a statement by GECA, the leadership of ECG and GECA, recently, held a meeting at the Alisa Hotel in Accra to work on getting all outstanding payments fulfilled.
“We understand that our members are agitated and worried about their delayed payments. The leadership of GECA shares their sentiments and hereby, appeal to our members not to underscore the relationship the association has built with our stakeholders over the years,” it said.
The Association asked that all grievances concerning the delayed payments be channelled through the GECA National Secretariat in Accra or GECA regional offices across the country.
As the leading representative of all qualified electrical tradesmen and women in the country, the Association has over 70 years of experience in dealing with stakeholders in resolving issues concerning their members amicably.
“We trust our members will accord the association the chance to resolve the issue and not resort to actions that might jeopardize the ongoing negotiations with the ECG,” the statement concluded.