Dumsor hits Parliament, proceedings halted

Parliament has been hit with the erratic power supply leading to a suspension of sittings

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The Parliament of Ghana has had its proceedings halted after it was hit by a power outage.

Angry legislators have  called on the Speaker to direct for investigations on the cause of the outage,the second such to hit the house this year.

The Member of Parliament for Komenda Edina Eguafo Abirem, Nana Ato Arthur who spoke to Adom FM described the erratic power supply situation as unacceptable.

He underscored the need for the House to be briefed on the power situation in Parliament at their next sitting.

Ghana has been hit by power crisis that has led to a nationwide load shedding exercise, which many claim has affected businesses.

Dumsor has negatively impacted many facets of Ghanaian society within the last three years, from the economy, to healthcare, education and social life.

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