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The founder and executive chairman of the Africa Prosperity Network (APN), Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko has said there is something mysteriously amiss with regards to the ongoing intermittent power cuts in the country. His comment comes after the Energy Minister Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh over the weekend asserted that Ghana is not currently experiencing “dumsor” hence there was no need for a load-shedding timetable. A statement issued by the Ministry of Energy on Tuesday (26 March) said it is working with other agencies to resolve the current challenge in the energy sector.

Reacting to the development on Facebook on Thursday (28 March), Otchere-Darko questioned the timing of the current challenge. “There is something mysteriously amiss somewhere. You have managed to keep the lights on for 7yrs, even during the height of the economic crisis in 2022. Why now? Still scratching my head…,” he said.

Meanwhile, the managing director of the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG), Samuel Mahama, has said the power distributing company has had a maintenance challenge and that there is no dumsor. Some power consumers across the country recently have registered their displeasure about power outages, describing them as a possible return to the era of power rationing also known as dumsor.


By: Fred Dzakpata

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