May 22, 2024

Social media users have attacked former Rector of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) and former Board Chairman of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) Prof Stephen Adei over his comment on the power crisis.

The Educationist in an interview with TV3 stated that “It is quite unfortunately, we should be very careful, it is not as bad as dumsor days but if we don’t (take it will be very worse so the first thing is that to look at, if there are bottlenecks which are not allowing us to use the existing capacity to the fullest, must be addressed. But in the long run, we must have a national strategic agenda.”

Reacting to his comment, some social media users said it is too quick to make comparisons since the power crisis has just started under the Akufo-Addo government.

“Too quick to make comparisons. We just started Prof.” One user said.

Others believe Professor Adei should have said something better than what he said.

“Please grandpa don’t talk if you don’t have anything to say. Why should the NPP bring back any semblance of dumsor when they promise they can do better and we voted for them” Another one added.

Some lamented that the older people in the country are not making a good contribution towards National building.

“These old ppl are not contributing anything to the country”

But others Prof. Adei did ot say anything wrong.

“He said nothing wrong, he meant it’s not as bad as it was back then until it gets worse, that’s facts…don’t try painting him black taking only the first part of his words as caption…his context meant government should prioritize solving dumsor before it gets worse or too late”

 

READ SOME OF THEIR COMMENTS BELOW

 

“You don’t have to be posting nonsense comments from these useless politicians. They used taxpayers money to buy generators so, they don’t know how we’re suffering down here. The current @NAkufoAddo & @MBawumia #DumsorIsBack situation is worse than @JDMahama NDC government.”

“He said nothing wrong, he meant it’s not as bad as it was back then until it gets worse, that’s facts…don’t try painting him black taking only the first part of his words as caption…his context meant government should prioritize solving dumsor before it gets worse or too late”

“People speak as if things are miraculously better now than before. JM made investments to increase our generation capacity. We shouldn’t even be back here in the 1st place.”

“So we should jump and clap abi? talk solutions and tell the government to be progressive in doing its job. Tell them to fix the problem sa. That is what is important!! We are not interested in retrogressing.”

“t’s only in a failed state do we compare which government is more mediocre. Herh Ghana.”

“Chale you grow try talk sense and stop comparing,electricity a basic amenity every human should enjoy without any interruptions, our life’s basically revolves around it”

“Too quick to make comparisons. We just started Prof.”

“No it’s worse. The unpredictability is worse than the length. I think most Ghanaians can stomach long lights out if they know before hand than the unpredictable nature of it”

“It’s seems tv3 you don’t have anything better to post”

“Why should you even compare, this our old boys, one word p3 we have disrespected them..Heaven is the goal”

“Only this time it’s isn’t a lack of capacity thanks to the previous government”

“Adey blame de pple wey dey interview this man …pass wey grow come turn kiddie…ahhhh”

“This is old age sorry”

“These old ppl are not contributing anything to the country”

“Buh dis man dasnt hv bald hair too ooo. Aaah so why is he talking nonsense like dis ??”

“Please grandpa don’t talk if don’t have anything to say. Why should NPP bring back any semblance of dumsor when they promise they can do better and we voted for them”

Source: Elvisanokyenews.com

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