Ghana has paid $150 million of the $230 million it owes to the West African Gas Pipeline Co. (WAPCo), Ghana’s TodayInGH has reported.
The payment was made possible through the Energy Sector Levy Act, a tax applied to Ghana’s energy industry to stabilise the sector’s finances.
Speaking to journalists during a two-day committee of ministers meeting, WAPCo Managing Director Walter Perez said he believed the debt would be paid in full by the end of next year. The company suspended supplies...
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