The Ghana Grid Company, the power company in charge of power generation and distribution has come out to deny claims that the outfit is about introducing the timetable for load shedding which has been christened as dumsor. The company made it clear that it's only temporarily shedding load as a result of the ongoing upgrading they are doing on their equipments.
They assured that there's nothing like that and so the general public should ignore what doomsayers are projecting. This information from Gridco will calm nerves as many people including business owners are afraid for their businesses because of the dreaded dumsor which collapsed many businesses during the era of the NDC government led by John Mahama.
Thousands of businesses lost their businesses and many others collapsed which brought about increase in unemployment because companies could not stand on their feet to meet operating costs not to talk of recruiting new employees. Even the government sector has not been spared as internal tax collection became a problem which affected revenue generation. In fact, Ghanaians will not be happy to witness dumsor again and so we welcome and hope that as Gridco has said, there will be no dumsor in the country.
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