Samuel Atta Akyea Hints, Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) to Publish Dumsor Timetable Soon

samuel atta akyea hints, electricity company of ghana (ecg) to publish dumsor timetable soon

Samuel Atta Akyea, the Chairman of Parliament’s Mines and Energy Committee, has revealed that the committee has initiated discussions with the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) regarding the prevalent power outages, tossing hope to customers that the ‘Dumsor’ timetable could be published soon.

These discussions aimed to explore viable solutions to mitigate the impact of the ongoing outages on citizens across the country. Atta Akyea underscored the importance of constructive engagement with ECG to address the root causes of the power shortages and implement effective measures to alleviate the situation.

During the discussions, Atta Akyea highlighted that ECG acknowledged a deficit in power generation, which has led to the persistent outages experienced nationwide. In response, the committee urged ECG’s management to devise a comprehensive load-shedding timetable that would provide transparency and assist the public in planning their activities amidst the power disruptions. This collaborative approach between the parliamentary committee and ECG reflects a concerted effort to enhance accountability and transparency in managing the energy crisis.

Following the meeting with stakeholders in the power sector on Sunday, April 7, Atta Akyea addressed the media to provide updates on the outcomes of the discussions. He reiterated the committee’s commitment to ensuring that ECG adheres to the agreed-upon measures, including the prompt release of the load-shedding timetable.

Assuring the public, Atta Akyea affirmed that the committee will closely monitor the situation to uphold accountability and facilitate timely interventions to mitigate the impact of power outages on citizens’ daily lives.

Remarks Made by Samuel Atta Akyea on the Dumsor Situation in Ghana

The conversations we’ve had so far are very good, some of the technical challenges relating to fuel and the rest of it may be tackled. If there’s under-generation, which there has been an admission, then we should do everything in our power to make sure that we generate enough power.


I think the Committee was very strong on the matter that if there are power outages, those who are enjoying should know when it’ll be available, and then they plan their lives around the timetable they’ll furnish them with. They are going to do it and we’ll do everything in our power to monitor them, he told the press.


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