I said there is no dumsor – Nana Addo

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    In a bold move, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo has categorically denied the existence of Dumsor, that have plagued Ghana in recent times.

    Despite widespread complaints from citizens and businesses, the President remains resolute in his stance, attributing the recent power crisis to technical issues rather than a shortage of power supply.

    Speaking at the unveiling rally of Napo in Kumasi, President Akuffo Addo assured Ghanaians that the recent power outages are not a result of Dumsor.

    He emphasized that his government has worked tirelessly to improve the country’s power generation and distribution, and that the energy sector is more stable than ever before.

    The President’s assertion has sparked mixed reactions, with some Ghanaians expressing skepticism and others supporting his stance.

    The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has criticized the government’s handling of the energy sector, accusing them of mismanaging the country’s power resources.

    Ghana has experienced frequent power outages in recent months, leading to widespread frustration and disruption of businesses and daily life.

    The Sector Minister, Dr. Mathew Opoku Prempeh, who is also the running mate to Vice President Dr. Bawumia, has instructed Ghanaians to develop their own low-power timetables to cope with the situation.

    However, President Akuffo Addo has dismissed these concerns, insisting that Napo has managed the energy sector better than any other sector minister has done.

    He urged Ghanaians to disregard rumors and speculations about a power crisis, assuring them that the government is working hard to address the technical issues affecting the power supply.

    Despite the President’s assurances, many Ghanaians remain unconvinced, citing the frequent power outages and the impact on their livelihoods.

    The opposition NDC has called for the government to take responsibility for the power crisis and to implement urgent measures to address the situation.

    As the debate continues, one thing is clear, the power crisis has become a major political issue in Ghana, with the government and opposition locked in a bitter dispute over who is responsible and how to resolve the situation.

    The President’s denial of Dumsor has only added fuel to the fire, and it remains to be seen how this issue will play out in the coming weeks and months.

    By Kwame Asare

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