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The power crisis has led to a nationwide load shedding exercise, which many claim has affected businesses.
Dumsor has negatively impacted many facets of Ghanaian society within the last three years, from the economy, to healthcare, education and social life to name a few.
In view of the pervasiveness of its impact, dumsor has become a convenient target for political point scoring in Ghana today.
Dumsor has become a dreaded occurrence that has put sand in the gari of Government’s efforts to endear itself to the citizenry.
Indeed dumsor has created so much havoc and panic in Government that it has caused the Government to press the panic button on a few occasions to offer quick fix explanations and solutions to a problem which does not realistically respond to quick fix solutions.
Currently, Gas from the Jubilee Field off-shore Cape Three Points to Gas Processing Atuabo is to be delayed for a further three weeks.
Challenges with gas compression systems on the FPSO Kwame Nkrumah have been identified as the main problem.
Pulse TV hit the streets to find out from our readers and viewers if it the crisis will end before 2016?
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