The Christian Council of Ghana and the Ghana Catholic Bishops’ have expressed disappointment in government to solve dumsor.
The Christian Council of Ghana and the Ghana Catholic Bishops’ Conference have condemned the government over its failure to solve the current power crisis.
A statement signed by Most Rev. Joseph Osei-Bonsu, President of the Ghana Catholic Bishops’ Conference and Rt. Rev. Professor Emmanuel Martey of the Christian Council strongly condemned government’s inability to institute short-term measures to solve the power crisis.
Read below the statement:
“The current unfortunate situation of dumsor is seriously affecting the overall economy of the country. Industries, businesses and other social and economic activities are dying off gradually and systematically.
“In spite of Government’s promises and actions to ameliorate the situation, for close to 3 years, we have seen no improvement.
“We vehemently condemn the lack of serious practical short-term solutions to the crisis. Things are really hard for the productivity sector and waiting for too long will not do us any good”.