“We’re in ‘Dum Siesie’; ‘dumsor’ Occurred solely under Mahama’s Administration – NAPO”

Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempreh, the Energy Minister, emphasized during a Government Assurances Committee meeting in Accra that the power outages, commonly known as ‘dumsor’, were only experienced under the previous John Mahama administration. He reiterated that the current power crisis is a result of efforts to address energy challenges. However, Oti Bless, the Ranking Member…

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IES Contends that Akufo-Addo’s Assertion that Dumsor is Resolved is Deceptive

IES contends that Akufo-Addo’s assertion that ‘dumsor’ is resolved is deceptive. Stay informed on energy sector analysis. Despite the President’s confident declaration during the annual May Day celebration in Accra, Nana Amoasi VII cautioned that the situation on the ground did not align with the President’s statements. He highlighted recent power outages in areas like…

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Yvonne Nelson Calls for ‘DumsorMustStop” Vigil Amid Unstable Power Supply

Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson turns to social media to mobilize Ghanaians in renewed campaign against recurring power crisis, Dumsor. Stay informed on advocacy efforts. The letter, directed to fellow Ghanaians, emphasized Nelson’s track record as an advocate for positive change, citing her leadership role in the 2015 DumsorMustStop Campaign. This initiative involved notable personalities such…

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ECG Board Chairman Assures Ghanaians of Imminent End to “Dumsor” Challenges

ECG Board Chairman assures Ghanaians of imminent end to ‘Dumsor’ challenges. Stay updated on power supply developments. Herbert Krapa, Chairman of the governing board of the Electricity Corporation of Ghana (ECG), assures that the current power outages will soon be resolved. He mentioned that the government has put in place sufficient measures to guarantee uninterrupted…

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Minority in Parliament Asserts that the Current Electricity Disruptions are Solely a Result of Mismanagement

Minority in Parliament asserts current electricity disruptions solely due to mismanagement. Explore their stance on energy crisis. The Minority in Parliament opposes the idea that privatizing the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) will solve the intermittent power outages. They attribute the recent outages to the government’s significant debts to Independent Power Producers, as stated by…

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