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“There is something mysteriously amiss somewhere” – Gabby on ‘dumsor’

Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko, a noticeable individual from Ghana's New Patriotic Party (NPP), has raised worries about the unexpected rise of sporadic power supply, referred to locally as 'dumsor', only months before the general elections.

Mr Otchere-Darko addressed why the public authority, which had effectively given stable power over seven years, was currently confronting difficulties in the energy area. In a Facebook post, Mr. Otchere-Darko commented, "There is something bafflingly awry some place.

You have figured out how to keep the lights on for a considerable length of time, in any event, during the level of the monetary emergency in 2022. Why now? As yet scratching my head… " The blackouts have been causing disturbances in different pieces of the nation, influencing organizations and everyday exercises.

Regardless of these difficulties, the public authority has kept up with that there is no requirement for a schedule to help individuals in arranging their everyday schedules.

In the mean time, the Public Youth Coordinator of the Public Popularity based Congress (NDC), George Opare Addo Esq., otherwise called Pablo, has sentenced the public authority for neglecting to pay the Free Power Makers (IPPs) what it owes them.

He accepts the ongoing flighty power supply is because of obligation owed IPPs and not broken dispersion transformers. "You're shedding load since you've ineptly blundered the energy area yet you wouldn't assume liability and fix things.

Pay the IPP’s, it's not defective conveyance transformers!" The power area is probably going to encounter an exacerbated obligation of about $1.8 billion to the Autonomous Power Makers by 2024, the Office of Free Power Generators has unveiled.


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