There has been power fluctuations nowadays and it has made many have cast their minds back to the days of former president John Dramani Mahama when the lights were unstable. This became a huge challenge for Ghanaians and many business dwindled. It made celebrities as well as media personalities to campaign against the constant power outage.
During the first term of President Akufo Addo, this issue became a thing of the past as Ghanaians enjoyed stable power to do their works and other activities. But not long ago, Gridco released a communique that stated that there are some planned maintenance that will lead to interruption of power supply. This didn't go down well for many people and blamed the Electricity Company of Ghana for those hitches.
A social media user by name ravin, posted on the Internet why many people are blaming the ECG for the regular interruption of power supply. He was of the view that, when ex President John Mahama's regime, people were putting blame on him that he was the cause of 'dumsor'. But he can't fathom why people are not blaming Nana Addo but rather the ECG.
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