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“The lights are on, but at what cost?” – UG professor asks Energy Minister

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Professor Lord Mensah, a senior lecturer at the University of Ghana (UG), has raised concerns about the recent stability in Ghana’s power supply.

In a post on X (formerly Twitter), he urged Ghanaians to question the underlying costs of maintaining this stability, particularly in an election year.

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“The lights are on, but what are we sacrificing for it?” Prof. Mensah questioned in his tweet. He highlighted potential economic implications and suggested that political motives might be influencing decisions related to power supply.

He called on the Energy Minister to provide transparency about the factors ensuring power stability, emphasizing the need for a balanced approach that considers both short-term benefits and long-term economic sustainability.

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