The Minister of Energy Mathew Opoku Prempeh popularly known as NAPO , has finally been told to bow out of office together with all his affiliate CEO's if they are tired in managing the sudden return of Dumsor.
Presidential Staffer Mr Newton Abeeku Offei made the request in a Facebook post.
The entire country has started experiencing occasional power outages. According to Volta River Authority, Electricity Company of Ghana and the Ghana Grid Company, the current Dumsor is as a result of the damage of one big transformer that holds major power lines.
Not convinced by the explanation, Mr Newton Abeeku Offei feels that the resignation of Energy Minister NAPO and the Chief executive officers from Volta River Authority, Electricity Company of Ghana and Gridco Could solve the problem.
Do you side with the Presidential Staffer? How is the Dumsor situation in your area? And how are you managing it ?
Check out the post of the Presidential Staffer below
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