The Energy ministry has disclosed that there is no need for a timetable, to schedule the intermittent power cuts in the country.
According to the communication consultant for the ministry of Energy, Nana Damoah, the demand for a schedule for Ghanaians to be able to manage the power situation is too premature.
Addressing a news conference Monday, April 1, 2019,the deputy Energy Minister, William Owuraku Aidoo, said enough measures have been put in place to deal with the situation.
The government claims the intermittent power cuts will be over in 12 days after an apology was issued to Ghanaians for the inconvenience.
“We are not yet at that phase of a load scheduling. It’s going to take 10 to 12 days to fix the case of intermittent power cuts.We do not even know when there will be the exact need to take megawatt from a particular place. It’s not something you just predict and plan for but it will end soon,” he told Starr News.
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