In a statement issued in Accra by Kweku Sersah-Johnson, head of public affairs, the Ministry of Power, assured the public that it shall continue to pursue policies and programs to consolidate the gains so far made in the generation and transmission of electricity for the country.

Load-shedding
Load-shedding

The ministry further expressed its profound gratitude and appreciation to the entire citizenry and residents of Ghana for their forbearance and understanding during those difficult times.

The announcement comes after more than four years of power crisis in the West African country.

The statement means Ghana now generates enough power to supply every nook and cranny of the country and would not have to shed power anymore.

Power has not been shed during the yuletide and the improvement in the power supply has been attributed to the arrival of the various power barges.

The Minister for Power Kwabena Donkor promised to resign at the end of this year if the crisis was not solved. Enditem

Source: Xinhua

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