Fmr Min. for local gov't to celebs "Focus on conserving energy, not dumsor vigil"

He pinpointed that government is aware of the situation and the Ministry of Energy and Petroleum are putting measures in place to solve the situation.

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Former Minister for local government, Samuel Ofosu Ampofo play

Former Minister for local government, Samuel Ofosu Ampofo

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Former Minister for local government, Samuel Ofosu Ampofo has asked the celebrities masterminding the vigil against the energy crisis in the country to use their status and influence in the society to advice and education the populace on energy conservation.

He pinpointed that government is aware of the situation and the Ministry of Energy and Petroleum are putting measures in place to solve the situation.

He urged the celebrities, Sarkodie, Yvonne Nelson and Lydia Forson to support government policies to curb the problems and suggest possible solution to end the dumsor.

He continued that the one day vigil or “all night prayer session” as some people have tagged it scheduled for May 16, 2015 will not end the power crisis.

He called on the general public to turn off their appliances when not in use to conserve energy.

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