In a recent time of the new NPP government, some part of Ghana has experienced an intermittent power supply and accordingly, some people have bitterly complained about the fear of the possible return of Dumsor. An energy supply canker during the infamous Mahama era that the NPP promised to fix when given the mandate.
Good news from myjoyonline.com is that Energy Minister Boakye Agyarko has announced the end of the “intermittent power outages”, following a successful new deal the government has reached with Ivory Coast to increase its power supply to Ghana despite the US$60 million debt accrued by the country.
Catherine Afeku, Minister Designate for Creative Arts And Tourism, has addressed concerns over the influx of quality foreign content on Ghanaian Tv channels than the less quality Ghanaian produced contents, promising to combat the issue when in office.
Before we come under attack for describing local contents as of less quality and defunct versus the foreign ones – let’s settle this.
The reactions and comments that follows the creation of this particular ministry is pathetically funny— whilst people were looking forward to the merging of most of the ministries, the president seem to be adding many to the fold.
People have beaten themselves to understand the reason behind this very one and the president has explanation for it.