The country's electricity problems are causing more harm than good. Many businesses have failed as a result of the unreliable electricity system, and many individuals have lost their jobs. As a result, there has been an increase in the number of ritual murders and thefts throughout the country.
The power crisis that is currently affecting Kasoa is the subject of information received this afternoon from Kasoa. Four patients died as a result of the power outage, according to Angel Fm newscaster (Dumsor). The names of the deceased patients were not revealed, but it was reported that two of them, a mother and her kid, were connected.
The tragic incident is said to have occurred at the Mother and Child Hospital. The bodies have been sent to the mortuary, where they will be autopsied and further investigated to determine what caused their deaths.
The families of the deceased have urged that the police conduct a thorough investigation into the incident because they are outraged by what has happened to their loved ones.
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