According to Ghanaian legal practitioner and advocate, Gabby Otchere-Darko, the much detested Ghanaian phenomenon of power outages, "Dumsor" may be coming to a space near you sooner than you think.
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In a Facebook post, Mr. Otchere-Darko mentioning the CEO of VRA as his source, said that the country will run out of gas supply for most of February 2017 and all of March.
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The letter Mr. Otchere-Darko referenced was spotted online having been forwarded to the Power Ministry on the challenge and signed by Chief Executive Officer of the VRA, Kirk Koffie.
It said: “I shall be grateful if the System Control Manager will meet with our Plant Managers to manage the power systyem during the above stated period to limit nay supply challenges.”
For the past few years, Ghana has been experiencing erratic power supply which has led to the collapse of businesses, underproduction and loss of jobs.
Government in a move to alleviate the effects of the crisis, employed a number of expensive solutions which included the importation of two power ships and bought plants from Ameri Power.
Although these interventions minimised the occurrence of dumsor, it cost Ghanaians a lot more to buy power.
If what the CEO of VRA said is anything to go by, Ghanaians may have to start embracing the thought of another power crises that may affect their every aspect of life.