President John Dramani Mahama has been advised to stop talking about the energy crisis and when it will end because anytime he does; it puts him in the wrong light.
“The President often gives time and promises as to when the “dum so dum so” will end but often the opposite happens. It will end today and by the time you realize, it has rather aggravated. He should just stop talking…” Dr. Charles Wereko Brobbey told Kwami Sefa-Kayi on Peace FM’s morning show ‘Kokrokoo’.
The former Chief Executive Officer of Volta River Authority (VRA) popularly known as Tarzan said most of the people around the President do not tell him (President Mahama) the truth. “They tell him lies about the situation of the energy crisis and he in turn, comes out to tell Ghanaians. At the end of the day the issue will still be persisting”.
According to him, he (president Mahama) should rather tell Ghanaians what is being done to solve the energy crisis without a time frame.
He urged the presidency not to think of rushing in giving false promises to Ghanaians about when the ongoing electricity rationing will end, adding, “it is not all about stopping the dum so dum so. It is about finding a lasting solution to it”