Ghana Fixes Power Deficit that Caused Years of Blackouts

Source: Reuters 12/30/2015, Location: Africa

Ghana's government said it had fixed an electricity supply deficit that caused years of frequent blackouts that hurt businesses and angered voters ahead of an election next year.

The Ministry of Power made the announcement in a statement. President John Mahama vowed in February to fix the problem by the New Year and Power Minister Kwabena Donkor had previously said he would resign if power cuts persisted into 2016.


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