Prophet Kofi Oduro, leader of the Alabaster International Ministry has bemoaned the recent incessant power outages across the country.
Speaking particularly of residents of Kumasi in the Ashanti Region, he noted that they’re most affected by the power outages and he is worried for their businesses.
“People complete school in Ghana and remain unemployed, I’m not surprised seeing this. Go to the port and see what is happening. Now the lights go off in Ghana and all they tell us is because there is no money.
“Go to Kumasi and see, I’m always worried about the people living there. They are suffering more from this electricity on and off. They can decide to switch it off for three days and put it on at the time they want,” he noted.
“In other parts of the world, authorities inform people for many days before the electricity goes off. They will announce that the light will go off in ten minutes and they will switch it off for only five minutes. But Ghana is different. But I will blame us because most of us don’t pay tax. The free things we give people cannot develop a nation.”