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“Dumsor: Opoku Prempeh notes Mahama as the only President to oversee ‘dum dum’ for four years.”

Minister of Energy, Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh, has indeed scrutinized previous President John Mahama for the whimsical blackouts that happened during his organization.

He flippantly alluded to the peculiarity at the time as ‘dum’, a play on the neighborhood term for blackouts, known as ‘dumsor’.

This analysis emerges in the midst of a resurgence in power supply issues, which has turned into a reason for worry among Ghanaians.

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This issue came up during Parliament’s Administration Affirmation Board sitting on May 3, 2024.

Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh

Priest of Energy, Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh, has indeed scrutinized previous President John Mahama for the whimsical blackouts that happened during his organization.

He flippantly alluded to the peculiarity at the time as ‘dum’, a play on the neighborhood term for blackouts, known as ‘dumsor’.

This analysis emerges in the midst of a resurgence in power supply issues, which has turned into a reason for worry among Ghanaians.

This issue came up during Parliament’s Administration Confirmation Panel sitting on May 3, 2024.

As a component of his reaction, that’s what the Clergyman answered “we have gone past the period where we have 72 to 96 days of lights out and six hours of light on. We are the period of “dum sie” which is significantly not quite the same as dumsor.”

He made sense of that during previous President John Mahama’s residency, one significant trademark was inconsistent power supply, yet this span the case was unique.

“Dumsor as caused for Ghanaians has just occurred as portrayed His Excellency John Dramani Mahama’s administration.

“He is the main President on record that for a considerable length of time that he ruled, for quite some time that he controlled, for a long time that he represented dum dum,” he added.

Tending to the board individuals, Dr Opoku Prempeh demanded that the flighty power supply the nation was encountering was not “dumsor” however “dum sie.”

As per him, Mr Mahama’s form was undeniably more unpredictable on the grounds that there was deficient ability to keep the lights on reliably.

In any case, “dum sie” suggests that the lights go off so upkeep work and different exercises inside the energy area can be done.

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