Load shedding which is known as Dumsor due to the unstable power supply which has disturbed most Ghanaians for several years now has become a normal routine with many people taking to the streets to demonstrate their displeasures.
However there are but a few suggestions that can help you curb or control the menace of laid shedding which many governments have failed to solve during their respective administrations.
1.The Introduction of natural sources of electricity such as solar panels could be managed in times of load shedding until power supply becomes stable and safe to use.
The off and on nature of the unstable power supply during this Dumsor spoils many electronic gadgets and may cause fire outbreaks hence once there is a light out main switches in house holds can be turned off whiles we used our solar panels to assist in household activities until lights are turned on.
2.The nations power supply networks should be managed by qualified Ghanaian private or government institutions rather than international organizations who may charge extra amounts and produce very little results.
All government officials under whose watch should we witness a repeated occurrence of load shedding should be held responsible to account for their mismanagement and to find possible solutions to end this canker.
3.The cost of generators and other electronic power saving devices should be reduced drastically in order for every Ghanaian of all walks of life to be able to afford one.
If most Ghanaians are equipped with enough generators and power saving devices, there will be less pressure on the government to tackle Dumsor there by giving them enough time to solve the problem once and for all.
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