The Ghanaian actor and politician John Dumelo asked the government led by Akufo Addo to meet its needs by issuing a Dumsor timetable. John Dumelo believes that Ghanaians will be at ease that they can provide a schedule for the current intermittent power supply so that they can plan their lives accordingly.
The candidate for the Ayawaso West Wougon constituency of the 2020 National Democratic Congress (ADC) said that the ruling government should recognize the country’s recent power supply cuts as “dumsor” and stop Provide excuses that do not make sense. It is obviously Energy Minister Han. Matthew Opoku Prempeh asserted that the current challenge to power is Dumsol. He said in a recent interview that this is different from what happened during the reign of former President John Dramani Mahama.
John Dumelo was shocked, why the government refused to accept facts on the grounds of facts, and believed that the government just provided a lot of excuses for the power situation
“Whether it’s insufficient power generation or it’s inefficient distribution of power, dumsor is dumsor! The excuses for the power outages are becoming one too many. Don’t be shy to admit it’s Dumsor. Give us a timetable and let’s plan our lives and businesses around it. Thank you.” Dumelo posted on his Facebook page.
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