GRIDCO is broke, they have no money lots of their equipment are very obsolete - John Jinapor
By Win_2020 | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 0 views
Hon. John Abdulai Jinapor, Member of Parliament for Yapei Kusawgu Constituency in the Savanna Region and ranking member of the energy committee of parliament has waged into the ongoing discussion on the recent power outages. For some weeks now Ghana has been experiencing unannounced power outages that has got many people wondering if this is ever going to end or we're just going back into the dark days of "Dumsor". Hon. John Jinapor has therefore aired his view on the course of this power cuts blaming it on nothing else but obsolete equipment and a broke GRIDCO.
He is reported to have stated that the Ghana Grid Company Ltd (GRIDCO) isn't being honest and truthful to Ghanaians concerning the recent power cuts. He unveiled that GRIDCO hasn't been able to stay afloat mainly because most of their equipment are obsolete. They been struggling to stay afloat over the past four years. Judging from his comment, it seems quite clear that he is very confident of his claims.
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