A former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Volta River Authority (VRA), Dr. Charles Wereko Brobbey claims because of the pittance Managing Editor of the Al Hajj Newspaper, Alhaji Iddrisu Bature is receiving from his pay masters he (Bature) has ceased to be productive.
Dr. Brobbey sees no reason why the Accra daily should published a story captioned Dumsor Ends Finally when government has not publicly announced that the energy crisis facing the nation has been resolved.
According to the publication, following dramatic improvements in Gas supply from Nigeria and the successful completion of upgrade works at the Takoradi International Company (TICO), normal power supply is expected to be restored earlier than expected to end the ongoing load shedding exercise.
“With independent power producer, Sunon Asogli now producing at full capacity of 200 MW and TICO set to come on stream with another 200MW of power which will bring total restored generation to 400MW, Ghana’s energy challenges popularly christened “Dumsor Dumsor” barring any unforeseen challenges, would be a thing of the past by Monday, March 31, 2014” The Al-Hajj said
But speaking on Adom FM Dr. Wereko Brobbey who is also an energy expert described Alhaji Bature as an “unproductive” citizen who feeds on “propaganda”.
“Whiles businessmen are complaining of the ‘Dum Sor Dum Sor’ (Erratic Power Supply) with fly-by-night load shedding, he (Bature) is there saying Dumsor finally ends. Why is he saying that…Because someone will give him money? You are not doing anything productive…just propaganda. He must stop those things,” he lamented.
Source: King Edward Ambrose/Peacefmonline.com