President John Mahma said government has embarked on several measures to ensure availability of uninterrupted power.
On Friday, September 9 2016, as President John Mahama wrapped up his five-day campaign tour of the Central Region, lights at Winneba went out, much to the surprise of all.
He said it is incumbent on him as the leader of the country to solve problems.
He said government has embarked on several measures to ensure availability of uninterrupted power.
I “promise Ghanaians that very soon, we will enter into an era of energy security,” he noted.
The country has been battling with a crippling power supply for almost four years now.
Government officials and power authorities have attributed the situation to vandalised gas pipelines from Nigeria.