The current dumsor in the country is having a huge toll on the livelihood of Ghanaians and their businesses. As expected, the two main political parties in the country have resorted to their blame games on whose Mismanagement of the energy sector has led us into another dumsor.
The Member of Parliament for the Nhiaeso Constituency, Stephen Amoah in an interview via zoom on the 'AM SHOW' on Joy News jabbed the NDC and his co-panelist, Alhassan Suhuyini. Alhassan Suhuyini had earlier said that the NPP has mismanaged the proceeds that were coming from the power sector and when they spoke against the Mismanagement at that time, because they were doing so amid abundance of power, the people didn't feel the effects.
Responding to Alhassan Suhuyini's statement, Stephen Amoah said that; " they kept talking about Mismanagement, they were not even paying the electricity companies when they were in power. Now he is talking about Mismanagement, they Plunged Us Into dumsor for 4 years and he is here talking about Mismanagement of the energy sector".
According to him; they should put politics aside and deal with the problem, but if he wants them to do politics with the power outages, he can provide them with figures.
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