Many places in Ghana now are experiencing power fluctuations (Domsor). This is affecting many peoples in Ghana now. Now this Domsor is caused by ECG and not His Excellency Nana but when it was Ex Mahama's government he was blamed for Domsor so far, the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) issue more than three press releases since 25 February with the latest one on 7 March 2021 announcing blackouts across the country due to "challenge in power system lead to total system shutdown leading to interruption of power supply in all parts of the country" statement from Ghana Grid Company Limited (GRIDCO) said., the power transmission company, the Ghana Grid Company Limited (GRIDCO) has reiterated that the situation is not being caused by generation challenges but rather, ongoing maintenance and repair works on a number of its equipment and plants. Ghana’s national power outages reached a crescendo between 2014 and 2015 during the erstwhile John Dramani Mahama era.
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