Brace yourself More 'dumsor' to hit Ghanaians

According to reports Nigeria has cut supply of gas to the Volta River Authority (VRA) because of a debt hovering around $120 million.

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Ghana’s energy crisis is set to worsen due to the fact that 600 Megawatts of power is expected to be lost.

The latest development comes on the back of Ghana’s indebtedness to Nigeria. This is expected to drastically worsen the current energy situation in Ghana because most of the thermal plants in the country run on gas.

According to reports Nigeria has cut supply of gas to the Volta River Authority (VRA) because of a debt hovering around $120 million. Nigeria Cuts Gas Supply To Ghana Over Indebtedness

Meanwhile Communications Consultant to the Ministry of Energy and Petroleum, Edward Bawa in an interview with Joy News denied reports that Nigeria has cut gas supply to Ghana.

Mr Bawa said Ghana's power plants were running on gas supplied from Nigeria.

When he was asked the last time Ghana received supply from Nigeria he said “there was supply yesterday [Sunday] and early this morning”.

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