President John Mahama has apologised to the residents of Dansoman whom he said had to endure continuous power cuts for five consecutive days.
Speaking at this year’s May Day celebrations, the president said he was concerned about the seeming improper management of the power rationing system.
He said it was regrettable that contrary to the advertised schedule of 24 hours power cut and 12 hours supply, some residents have had to endure lights out for days.
The president urged managers of the power systems to stick to the schedule.
He described the power crisis as a temporary challenge which will be surmounted in the not too distant future.
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