Dumsor: Report: ECG verifies ‘gradual’ halt to seven weeks of load-shedding

According to reports, the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) said that load management did not occur in any area of Ghana on Sunday, April 29, 2024, because the nation’s power generation had significantly improved.

As per the details acquired by asaaseradio.com, an insider at ECG has revealed that the load-shedding program, which lasted for seven weeks and left the nation in a state akin to the dumsor era, is gradually coming to an end.


According to reports, the insider said that Sunday’s lack of load management indicates that dumsor would soon come to an end and that Sunday was the best power-supply weekend since load-shedding began.

Additionally, the insider said that going ahead, the nation will not use load management for the power supply.

This report complies with the promises made by Herbert Krapa, the chairman of the board of the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG), regarding the prompt resolution of Ghana’s present power crisis.


On Wednesday, April 24, 2024, Krapa wrote on Facebook that the administration had taken the necessary steps to guarantee that customers would soon have a continuous supply of electricity.

As I mentioned earlier today in Kaleo, during the commissioning of VRA’s 15 MW solar plant, the government has taken urgent action to guarantee that consumers will once again have an uninterrupted supply of power. As a result, I can say that the regrettable power outages that Ghanaians are currently experiencing ought to end in the coming days.


“We have complete faith that the actions being taken will address the service disruptions. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience caused by the outages to our everyday life and express our empathy to all customers. Please be patient with us. Herbert Krapa wrote in his post, “We are correcting it, and we are almost there.

Power users all throughout the nation have been coping with power disruptions for the last few weeks.

A segment of the Ghanaian public is requesting that the Ministry of Energy release an official schedule to inform customers about power availability in light of these difficulties.


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