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The perennial power fluctuations in the country has been a source of worry and a nightmare to the Mahama-led National Democratic Congress(NDC) administrations, and in fact the consequential effect of the prolonged energy crisis on the lives of Ghanaians is be young any numerical quantification. It is against this backdrop that the Mahama led NDC administration have made frantic efforts to find a permanent and a more sustainable solution to the menace.

Interestingly, there has been all indications from the camp of the New Patriotic Party(NPP) that the energy crisis is going to be a major Campaign issue going into the December 7,2016 general elections, because they seek to demonstrate how the NDC led by John Dramani Mahama have woefully failed to resolve the energy crisis of which reason they must be voted out of power.

However, a leading member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and a staunch supporter of Mr.Alan Kyeremanteng,Mr Philip Langdon have revealed that the current energy crisis or fluctuations have improve significantly within the past few weeks and have commended various stakeholders In that regard.Mr,Philip Langdon further urge Government to make the necessary funding available to the electricity management companies so to ensure that the current situation is sustained if not improved.

Mr Langdon made these remarks on Radio Gold political talk show- Alhaji and Alhaji over the weekend .He was responding to a text message that was directed to him, apparently the listener wanted to know the views of Mr. Langdon on the current situation of the energy crisis, so the Npp which thinks this is going to be a campaign slogan in getting the NDC and President Mahama out of office in Dec.7,am sorry they should revise their notes and campaign strategies because even their leading members including Mr. Langdon have acknowledged the fact that he situation have significantly improved.

AZURE IMORO ABDULAI/GhanaPoliticsonline.com

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