Prez Mahama Advised To ‘Keep Quiet’…

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generic viagra next day shipping A Member of the Parliamentary Select Committee on Energy has advised President John Mahama and Minister of Energy Emmanuel Armah Kofi Buah to desist from giving deadlines for ending Ghana’s energy crisis.

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It is not known how much is needed to buy light crude oil but it is known, government needs $4bn to solve Ghana’s energy problems for good.

Conserve Energy Now

Noting that Ghanaians are wasteful energy consumers, the opposition MP called on the Energy Minister to wage an intensive energy conservation campaign.

He said energy-saving bulbs imported into the country during the tenure of President John Agyekum Kufuor saved Ghana about 200 Megawatts.