Reduction of Electricity tariff will be captured in 2018 budget – Nana Addo assures

By Clement Edward Kumsah
President Akufo Addo

President Nana Addo has assured industry players and Ghanaians at large that the 2018 budget to be presented in Parliament on November 15, 2017, will capture the reduction of electricity tariffs.

According to him, much as the NPP government have eradicated the erratic power supply (DUMSOR) that wrecked the country under the erstwhile government, the current government is very optimistic in reducing the huge tariffs paid by business in Ghana.

The NPP prior to the December 2016 general elections accused the Mahama government of ripping Ghanaians off with high utility bills and promised to reduce it when voted into power.
They also assured to put an end to the erratic power cut which affected the country in the past.


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