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If ECG says we don’t need dumsor timetable then we don’t need it but if you want one, prepare it yourself – NAPO to Ghanaians

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Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, the minister of energy, has advised people requesting a timeline for the unpredictable power outages that are now occurring in the nation to submit one themselves.

The minister said in a video released on social media that he does not see the need for a timeline when the power distributor claims that the current condition of affairs in the nation does not call for one, in what can only be described as a cheeky response to a journalist’s query.

Regarding the inconsistent power supply in the nation under John Dramani Mahama, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh has earlier refuted the claim that the nation had returned to the days of dumsor.

He stressed that the NPP administration’s performance in the energy sector compared to the previous one was noticeably superior.

He promised to keep working to make the energy sector better, stressing that this was an ongoing process with the goal of raising the sector’s performance.

Hon Opoku Agyeman further stated that four years under NPP administration energy sector is 300 times better than John Mahama.

The Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC) has given an ultimatum to the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) to release a dumsor timetable by April 2 though ECG keeps insisting there is no dumsor.

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