The Volta River Authority (VRA) has acknowledged that Ghana is facing a serious power crisis as a result of accumulated problems which have remained unresolved over the years.
Speaking on CitiFM's the big issue, the head of corporate communication at VRAa admitted that the country was undergoing massive power shortage thus crisis. “We are in a crisis. Power is a problem in this country and it’s an accumulated problem,” said Samuel Fletcher.
This current problem Mr Fletcher referred to has cause headaches for many Ghanaians for years now. Currently most people have to forfeit electrical power for 24 hours only to enjoy it for 12 hours.
Electricity consumers are at their wits end as the government struggles to resolve the power generation challenges.
Businesses and households have been adversely affected by the situation which has persisted for almost three years.
The President has indicated that several ongoing power generation projects are underway to deal with the situation in the near future.