The National Youth Organizer for New Patriotic Party, Henry Nana Boakye known as Nana B has stated that he would urged Ghanaians who are affected by the power outages in the country to exercise restraint and support President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and minister for energy, Hon.
In the wake of the Fix the country campaign, the government has become consistent with its Minister’s Press Briefing.Last week, the Finance Minister, Hon.Ken Ofori Atta addressed Ghanaians on how the government is working to fix the economy and the achievements of the government in the handling of the country’s purse.
The Minister for Energy, Dr. Mathew Opoku Prempeh, says the government has paid all obligations owed to the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) as of March 2020, to help improve the organization's liquidity.The public authority had at first paid a normal of GHC2 billion straightforwardly to ECG's providers (i.e VRA, IPPs, and GRIDCo) to settle GoG's obligation to ECG.
This information has become very important to teachers both in the service and those yet to join the service soon.Many times, young teachers especially the newly trained ones are in a hurry to further their education right after graduating from colleges.Until recent times that, the former Education Minister, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh together with Education Ministry raised the standard of teachers nationwide to degree status, all the public Colleges of Education were producing teachers with DBE certificates.
Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh, Minister of Energy, has assured the Western Region's chiefs and people of successful cooperation to ensure that the region profits from oil and gas activities.The minister, who is on a working visit to the area, said it was critical for Ghanaians to rally behind the government to ensure that the country's God-given resource yielded maximum benefits and that the country's growth progressed.
- Akuffo Addo is doing a good job - Massive projects to end Dumsor A lot of Ghanaians have been complaining about the ongoing power outages in the country.Some of them keep comparing how the previous government handled the Dumsor and how the current government is handling it now.
The Founder of the Alabaster International Ministry, Prophet Kofi Oduro has descended heavily on NPP gurus who claim there’s no Dumsor (frequent power outages).One of them is the current Energy Minister, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh.According to him, the recent intermittent power outages occurred as a result of some technical challenges.
The current power outage in certain parts of the country has propelled some Ghanaians to react that, Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) and Ghana Grid Company Limited (GRIDCo) should be bold and give us a timetable to enable us to plan for the light out.
Dumsor arrested already Earlier this morning, the energy minister, Matthew Opoku Prempeh was accompanied by the Minister for Information, Hon.Kojo Oppong-Nkrumah and other officials from GRIDCO, ECG and MiDA to inspect the ongoing project for the construction of a Bulk Supply Point (BSP) at Kasoa.
Where is the competence that you claim you have and we are suffering from 'Dumsor' - Akufo-Addo asked?
A cross-section of the residents of Tamale, are raging with anger over the frequent power outages being experienced in the Greater Tamale area.For some time now, Tamale and surrounding communities are experiencing intermittent power outages, popularly known as dumsor.
Kelvin Taylor's Satellite TV in Ghana that broadcasts his Loud Silence produced "With All Due Respect" is no longer on air and according to him, key governmental agency is responsible for the tempering with his TV channel.
Ghanaians would have to to brace up themselves for more power outages in May 2021.This was what the Minister for Energy meant when he said, “There’ll be systematic power outages in May”.
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 current energy Minister Matthew Opoku Prempeh assures Ghanaians that the current ongoing low power schedule will not trickle down to Dumsor.In an interview today, he says the current maintenance activities ongoing will soon be done and Ghanaians will have their power fully restored.
The Honourable Member of Parliament (MP) for the Manhyia South Constituency in the Ashanti Region, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh has sent his felicitations to the Muslim Community in the area as they embark on their Ramadan this year.He said: “May His Merciful Allah grant you the strength in the Holy month to successful undertake the Ramadan.” In a message, Dr. Prempeh, who is the Minister of Energy, said: “Let us use to fasting period to pray for the good of Manhyia South, Asanteman and Ghana.” According to him, the fasting period should serve as time to form stronger relationship, foster unity and peace among the Muslim community within Manhyia South.
Power supply over the past few days has been very intermittent around the country.Many people have raised concerns over the recent outages and are apprehensive if Ghana has returned to the dark day of Dumsor.However, Minister for Energy , Hon.
The issue of being in power outages (dumsor) or not has long become a very serious topical issue.To those of us who think this frequent power outages just started recently are indeed deceiving themselves.
General Secretary for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has taken on the public expert for its thinking behind the constant power outages in piece of the country pervasively known as 'dumsor.'Johnson Asiedu Nketia the guard given by the New Patriotic Party (NPP) is silly and conflicts with reasoning.
We are not back to Dumsor; the problem is strictly technological, not financial - Minister of Energy
Ghanaians have been urged to maintain calm as measures are taken to resolve the country's sporadic power outages.
Recently there has been a news in the air that 'dumsor' will be back soon and it has finally arrived.Not in this year that we are going to experience it before, I can boldly say it's something that we have seen some years ago.The Electricity Company of Ghana have announced date and timetable for power allocation on this power frustration .