Bush fires destroying high tension poles at Afram Plains


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He said that was particularly important because most houses in the farming communities were thatch houses and could easily catch fire, adding that on January 20, 2014, a whole community was destroyed by fire. Fire volunteers

He said the Ghana Fire Service in the area was encouraging the formation of fire volunteer groups who weed round tension poles in their communities and this was yielding some positive results. Effort by ECG

Commenting on what EGG was doing to ensure that there was no power interruption to consumers in the area, the District Manager of ECG, Mr Emmanuel Wodoku, said since the company could put lights out for a whole week to replace the wooden poles with aluminium ones, “we replace the damaged ones with the aluminium poles as and when they are damaged beyond usage.”

He said the company had taken various steps to prevent bush fires, which included the use of fire proof panes on the poles              wrapping the base of the poles with aluminium and contracting people to weed round the poles and under the high tension lines.

The question, however, is: why should the ECG, and for that matter government, use wooden poles instead of aluminium ones for electricity supply in such an area?

The development needs to be addressed to reverse the situation where so much public funds are lost to fires, (by way of damaged electric poles) before they are replaced with aluminium or concrete poles, also at great cost to the taxpayer.

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