Ghanaians organize DumsorMustStop campaign after officials denied dumsor is back

Ghanaians organize DumsorMustStop campaign after officials denied dumsor is back

Tons of Ghanaians have been campaigning massively on Twitter on the morning of Wednesday, April 14, 2021, calling for the erratic power supply to come to an end.

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The power situation which is commonly known as 'dumsor' has been denied by some top officials who insist the situation is only brief and does not qualify to be described as dumsor.

As YEN.com.gh earlier reported, the Ghana Grid Company Limited (GRIDCO) has maintained that the country is not back to the debilitating days of lingering erratic power supply.

However, Ghanaians who keep experiencing the situation on a regular basis have been calling for immediate actions to be taken to curb the situation

@capello_007 suggested that Ghanaians have suffered at the hands of politicians and dumsor is one of such sufferings:

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@_Benhito asked why Sarkodie has been silent about the incident as he is an active voice when it comes to national issues

@princedavid_gh indicated that President Nana Addo and his officials must tell Ghanaians the truth about the power issue and find a solution to it.

In another post, @princedavid_gh indicated he bought three power banks just because of the dumsor.

@Lenthini explained how he believes the current government misused the interventions made by former President John Dramani Mahama to solve the dumsor problem.

@JDMahama2 opined that dumsor under NPP is worse than what was experienced under NDC

Ghanaians organize DumsorMustStop campaign after officials denied dumsor is back
Ghanaians organize DumsorMustStop campaign after officials denied dumsor is back Credit: modernghana.com
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In another interesting report, Freedom and Justice, a movie by Ghanaian filmmaker, Kobi Rana, that was banned from premiering by the Ghana Tourism Authority came out on Friday, April 2, 2021.

The movie, as shown by the trailer sighted by YEN.com.gh borders around corruption, galamsey, injustice, and other cankers that are supposedly eating up the Ghanaian political system.

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As it was previously reported, the film was first scheduled to be premiered at 11 major towns and cities around the country from December 25, 2020, to January 2, 2021.

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