PDS Meter Dealer Arrested in Volta Region

Police in Kpando have arrested Maxwell Boateng, an electrician, for allegedly installing and selling Power Distribution Services’ (PDS) meters to defaulting customers.

Boateng was said to have be engaged by a contractor to replace faulty meters for PDS clients but he diverted and sold the meters to unsuspecting customers.

Mr Francis Opoku Manu, PDS Public Relations Officer for Volta Region who briefed the Ghana News Agency (GNA), said the police picked intelligence on March 12, 2019 on activities of Boateng and arrested him.

He said the police have identified 16 meters diverted by Boateng and processed him for court.

The PRO said Mrs Phanney Adiko, the Acting District Manager of Kpando PDS Ghana Limited, said the police on their regular house-to-house monitoring found some new PDS meters and after investigations arrested Boateng for selling the meters to the clients.

He said Mr Delali Oklu, the Regional General Manager, PDS, commended the police adding that efforts are being made to identify and prosecute all who are engaged in such acts.

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