POWER OUTAGES IN GHANA.
For sometime now there have been some power outages in some parts of the country. Power outages in Ghana is commonly known as dumsor. Literally meaning OFF-ON. This has really affected lots businesses especially in Kumasi. The people of Kumasi are really complaining about the current state of power outages.
Just yesterday the Electricity Company of Ghana released dumsor timetable for some parts of Accra. The affected areas have been grouped into 3 different groups. This is to enable the Electricity Company of Ghana to carry out some improvements on their systems.
This is to start from 10th of next month through to the 16th of the same month.
According to ECG this will help to resolve the power crisis facing the country at the moment. We hope it does because businesses depends on electricity for survival.
Currently, among the two major parties in the country. The current government says it's not the Mahama kind of dumsor. Whiles the biggest opposition party and some citizens says it's dumsor.
Should power outages be used for politics?
Kindly share your thoughts and comments. Thanks for taking the time to read.
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