So Tema Hospital does not have generator for dumsor ? We are jokers in this country – Keche


Renowned singer Keche Joshua, who is part of the Ghanaian music group “Keche,” has expressed his profound dissatisfaction with the authorities accountable for the continuous power outage at the Tema General Hospital.

He was shocked to see a widely shared video of hospitalized newborns in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit fighting for their lives as a result of power shortages.

The graphic video showed newborns fighting in the ward’s darkness, several of them in need of oxygen support.

A worried woman who appeared to be a hospital employee emphasized how serious the situation was and expressed concern that people would die if electricity was not quickly restored.

Social media users are really concerned about this occurrence, which is why Keche Joshua took to the platform to voice his indignation. He denounced the Tema General Hospital’s lack of readiness in an impassioned and moving article, pointing up that they lacked a backup generator.

Keche Joshua expressed shock and highlighted the seriousness of the situation, emphasizing that there was a risk to life because there was no generator, especially during medical procedures like surgeries.

The musician’s annoyance highlights more general worries regarding the nation’s recent spike in power disruptions. Both the Electricity Company of Ghana and the Ministry of Energy have remained opposed to enacting load-shedding policies in the face of public demands for a detailed schedule.

They claim that there is no dumsor and therefore, there is no need for a load shedding timetable.

Adwoa Serwaa Danso
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