See The Timetable Of Areas To Experience ‘Dumsor’ For Two Months -Confirmed

 

 

Some parts of the Greater Accra Region would for the next two months be witnessing intermittent power outages.

The intermittent power outages popularly known as ‘dumsor’ would be beginning today, Tuesday, October 5, 2021, to December 3, 2021.

According to a report filed by Citinewsroom, it was contained in a letter the Ghana Grid Company Limited (GRIDCo) wrote to the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG).

 

According to GRIDCo, the timetable has become necessary to enable its team to execute “planned works” within the Achimota – Mallam corridors.

GRIDCo noted that it will be decommissioning and replacing existing lines with new higher-capacity conductors.

In the letter, GRIDCo said the decision has become crucial “to transfer as much load as possible to some substations.

 

The areas to be affected have been categorised into groups A, B, and C.

Group A comprises Adabraka Old Timers, Mamprobi, Chorkor, Ageege, Lartebiokorshie, Valco Trust, Teachers Hall, among others.

For Group B, the areas that are to be affected include Appolo Theatre, Asylum Down, Adabraka Market, Korle Gonno, Sukura, Mamprobi Poly Clinic, James Town, Mataheko, etc.

Group C -also includes Central Police Station, Cocobod, Kingsway, Abossey Okai, Chorkor, Appiah Danquah, Graphic Press House, SSNIT among others.

 

See full document below;

Parts of Accra to experience ‘Dumsor’ for two months, timetable out

October 5 to December 5 'dumsor' timetable

 

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