The current intermittent power outages in the country popularly known as Dumsor is becoming than expected. This problem has been there since the overthrown of our first President Dr. Kwame Nkrumah.
Nowadays, section of Ghanaians has explained bitterly of unstable power in the country recently. Others also of the view that, whether 'Dumsor' that we struggle around 2015 is back.
Meanwhile, GRIDCO and other prominent politicians claimed that it is not dumsor, but rather just an intermittent power outage and they are working around the clock to fix it.
Head of programmes at Despite media, Afia Pokuaa popularly known Vim Lady has bemoaned on the current power crisis that we are experiencing recently. She disclosed that, "she can't sleep these days because dumsor is killing her".
Following Vim Lady's post saw a fan blasting the current administration as 4 more to suffer more. No more freebies, but there's dumsor on top of hardship galore.
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