Dumsor chronicles Joyce Aryee chides government over 'dumsor'

Speaking on Starr Chat on Starr 103.5 FM, the former Information Minister said the government’s survival depends on how truthful it will be to Ghanaians.

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The Executive Director of the Salt and Light Ministries, Rev. Dr Joyce Aryee says the government has not been truthful to Ghanaians on the current energy crisis in the country.

She opines that government is not telling Ghanaians the actual problems that is pushing the country to shed power.

Speaking on Starr Chat on Starr 103.5 FM, the former Information Minister said the government’s survival depends on how truthful it will be to Ghanaians.

“Don’t say it would end tomorrow, then tomorrow comes and it becomes three days and then...you know I don’t think it’s right, you cannot even plan with it.

“One of the things we are going through is that people are beginning to think that government is doing them a favour when the light comes on you know, and that is very very very bad... one thing that I think government can do for its own survival is to come straight with Ghanaians on [dumsor]”, she said.

In the heat of the 2012 election campaign, President Mahama promised that the ongoing energy crisis was going to end early 2013. However, the crisis has worsened in 2015. There have been numerous promises as regards when the crisis will end but to no avail.

The Power Minister, Dr. Kwabena Donkor has promised that the crisis will end by December this year or he will resign.

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