Aspiring parliamentary candidate and MCE for Asunafo North, Alhaji. Mohammed Doku, has rubbished claims by some opposition members that the ongoing power crisis in the country which has come to be known as “dumsor” could make John Mahama lose the 2016 elections.
“The government in power has done a lot in changing lives and transforming Ghana” Mr. Doku posited.
Speaking at the time Ghanaian popular actor John Dumelo and celebrity journalist
Mustapha Inusah (Nii Attractive ) respectively paid him a visit, he said that ‘dumsor’ is not in Brong Ahafo, specifically Asunafo North.
He also claimed that to some of the people in his constituency, the word ‘dumsor’ is alien to them.
Again, he added that in his constituency, electricity or power supply is stable. “Government has expanded electricity to various communities and villages who don’t have light. There’s no dumsor in Brong Ahafo.”
He continued that, “Considering the massive development in his constituency, the people of Asunafo are going to give JM a second term.
Talking about development, he said that the government’s achievements compiled journal named, The Green Book, did not capture many of the development across the country and his constituency so they have intended to come out with their constituency Green Book which will capture all Government achievements in Asunafo .