Why have we not anticipated and planned for the exponential growth in the demand of power in Ghana? Where is the blue print for solving the power crisis?
In this episode of Time with David, David Ampofo talks to experts in the power sector and other decision makers in Ghana’s energy field about the unending power crisis that has taken over the country.
Joseph Winful, former senior partner of KPMG explains in his interview that the private sector cannot be expected to solve the power crisis.
“When you are in business you need the access roads, you need the provision of water, you need electricity; these are fundamental needs that will grow an economy. The private sector cannot come and start building roads and generating electricity and so on,” he said.
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