Former NPP MP Samuel Ayeh-Paye assures: Power crisis to end by May

Government committed to resolving power challenges

Former MP Samuel Ayeh-Paye, a seasoned politician and ex-Chairman of Parliament’s Committee on Roads and Transport, has issued a reassuring message to Ghanaians regarding the recent power challenges that have sparked widespread concern. In a recent appearance on Joy Prime’s Prime Morning, Ayeh-Paye confidently stated that the Akufo-Addo administration is leaving no stone unturned in its quest to resolve the issues and restore a stable power supply.

Ayeh-Paye emphasized that the government has a proven track record of delivering on its promises, having maintained a steady light for the past seven years. He attributed the current power outages to mere temporary setbacks, assuring Ghanaians that the authorities are working tirelessly to address the challenges. The former MP appealed to citizens to exercise restraint and bear with the government as measures are being put in place to rectify the situation.

We understand the frustration and inconvenience caused by the recent power outages, but we want to assure Ghanaians that we’re working diligently to resolve the issues,” Ayeh-Paye said. “We’ve kept the light on for the past seven years, and we’re committed to ensuring that the current challenges are addressed by the end of next month [May]. We urge everyone to remain patient and understanding as we work towards a stable and reliable power supply.”

Ayeh-Paye’s reassurances bring much-needed comfort to Ghanaians exhausted by the erratic power supply. The government has demonstrated its dedication to solving the issue through various initiatives, such as the nearing completion of the Twin City Energy project, which will soon be integrated into the national grid. As the government strives to overcome the power challenges, Ayeh-Paye’s call for patience and understanding serves as a timely reminder that the authorities are working tirelessly to serve the citizens’ best interests. With the promise of a reliable power supply by the end of May.

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