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Ras Mubarak releases dumsor timetable for East Legon

Ras Mubarak releases dumsor timetable for East Legon

Former Kumbungu Member of Parliament, Ras Mubarak, has released his personal load-shedding schedule in response to Minister of Energy Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, also known as Napo.

Many individuals, including business owners and members of the minority in Parliament, have expressed concerns about recent electricity issues and have called on the government to provide load-shedding schedules to help them plan their daily activities and operations effectively.

In an interview with the media, Dr. Opoku Prempeh stated that there is no power crisis in the country, contradicting claims made by some individuals. He suggested that those who believe there is a power crisis should create their own load-shedding schedules.

In response, Ras Mubarak has created a load-shedding timetable for residents of East Legon/Adjiringanor in the Greater Accra region. The schedule includes times for electricity availability and power outages on specific days of the week.

In a letter addressed to Dr. Opoku Prempeh, Ras Mubarak shared his schedule and expressed his hopes that it would be helpful to the Minister of Energy. He signed off the letter with the hashtag #Dumsor, indicating his frustration with the current situation.

Below is Ras Mubarak’s letter to NAPO

Hon. Ras Mubarak

Dear Dr. Opoku Prempeh, Dumsor timetable for East Legon/Adjiringanor.

Kindly find below for your kind and necessary action.

Sunday – All Day/Night on

Monday – 6am – 5pm off

Tuesday – All Day/Night on

Wednesday – 10am-3pm off

Thursday – All Day/Night on

Friday – All Day/Night on

Saturday – 8am to 3pm off

Yours fellow Ghanaian



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