There is no Dumsor in Ghana


The Head of Corporate Communications at Ghana Gas, Ernest Owusu Bempah, has excused cases that some defective blowers at the organization’s establishments at the Takoradi Administrative and Metering Station (TRMS) are the explanations behind the force age shortages and blackouts being knowledgeable about the country lately.

As indicated by him, the report is a urgent endeavor to dazzle on the personalities of Ghanaians that the feared dumsor has reemerged. In a press briefing, Mr. Owusu Bempah said the blackouts occurring in certain places of the nation have nothing to do with Ghana Gas.

He focused on that the organization’s plan for getting work done of providing gas to the Volta River Authority(VRA) in the Aboadze Force Area has not been interfered.

He referenced that the irregular blackouts being capable is a consequence of some upkeep and updating of force circulation lines of the Ghana Grid Company Limited and the Electricity Company of Ghana.

“Ghana Gas has got nothing to do with what is going on. It is an activity of maintenance that is going on at the GRIDCO end of the power value chain, so people should understand that the gas is flowing consistently”
“We are doing more than enough for power generation, and we’ve done enough to ensure that power is stable in the country. It is not true and will say that all our compressors are functioning. And we are working to make sure that we give Volta River Authority reliable gas supply for power production”

Mr. Owusu Bempah entreated Ghanaians to ignore charges that Ghana Gas is brought somewhere around some specialized difficulties and unfit to control turbines at VRA, consequently the dumsor.

“There is nothing going on as dumsor as being propagated by some propagandist,” he intimated,” he implied.He urged general society to be guaranteed of consistent force supply notwithstanding the continuous support and redesigning works being executed by the GRIDCO, and its accomplices.


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