A Fraud and Security Analyst, Mr Richard Kumadoe has called on the government to reach out to the former President, Mr John Dramani Mahama and the former Finance Minister, Mr Seth Terkper on how they manage to solve the energy crises if what the country is experiencing is a possible dumsor (intermittent power supply).
According to him, energy crises at a when the country was recovering from the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic could be dire on the country’s economy and its citizenry and urged them to be honest and seek help to address the situation.
He noted there would be no need to give the former President and his team any credit for their competence if they do not desire to, what was urgent was for the situation to brought under control just like before.
“If we are having dumsor problem, let be honest enough and go and bring Mahama and Seth Terkper and ask them what they did right and let go back to the drawing board and don’t even give them the degree of competent they manage to solve the dumsor and just let them teach you what you need to do and let do away with it”.
The Security Analyst noted a power crises has the potential of affecting basically every sector of the Ghanaian economy including businesses, education, industries etc. and called for non-partisan approach in handling the crises.
“This energy thing is a serious thing and it affect everything, it affect household, COVID-19 has just come, people are using their light to run their online businesses, small business are beginning to pick up again and you going to have electricity problem. University Students have gone back to school and the issues involve, when you begin to link them from industries to academia, to independent businesses and everything, it is so huge, it is a huge cost, we must find solutions to,” he lamented.