The minister of energy, John Peter Amewu, will soon address Ghanaians on the issue of intermittent power outages in recent times, YEN.com.gh can report.
Citinewsroom.com reports that the minister of energy will explain why the government is hesitant in declaring that Ghana is facing challenges in power supply.
The decision comes in the wake of reports of intermittent power supply in some parts of the country.
In some cases, some communities are deprived of power for more than a day without any official explanation from the Power Distribution Company (PDS), the official power supplier.
There have been reports that seven out of the sixteen regions of the country will undergo an intensive load shedding due to a broken valve at the Atuabo Gas Plant but the schedule for the said load shedding program is yet to be made public for the information of consumers.
Amewu’s press conference is expected to address these issues among other concerns of power supply in the country.
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