Abronye DC, Kwame Baffoe, the Bono Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has alleged on Wontumi TV that he would not be surprised that; "some individuals in the National Democratic Congress (NDC) can create dumsor in Ghana by deliberately burning transformers".
In a program which he happens to chair on the Wontumi TV, Abronye DC in his address on the recent pressing national erratic power supply alleged that; he believes it had been the fervent prayer of some members of the NDC that dumsor would be returned such that Nana Addo's efforts would be in vain.
Abronye DC on Wontumi TV.
According to him, he is sure that; when the NDC desires to regain political power, they can do things which, according to Abronye, may even create havoc for the country in order to secure political power.
Meanwhile, he explained that, government had given out our national grid to a company to do maintenance within a period of six months, in the efforts to ensure that we would enjoy light 24/7.
Hence, he added, that it as a result of the maintenance which has made it possible for the load to be shed across the country to allow the routine maintenance works on our wires to progress.
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