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Parts of Accra to experience 5 days of dumsor – ECG.

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A report by Pulse Ghana indicates that ECG has issued a statement on a pending power outage which will affect Accra and its neighbouring towns.

The Dumsor will last from Monday, December 16 to Friday, December 20.

In a communique, ECG said the power cuts will allow its engineers to undertake some emergency maintenance.

“ECG regrets the inconvenience that will arise out of this exercise,” statement issued by ECG on Sunday said.

The affected areas will be without light from the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m in each of the five days.

The areas that will be affected by the power cuts are Taifa, Dzorwulu, Kwabenya, Valley View, Oyibi, Teshie,Sowutuom, Achobo Best, Peace FM, Santana Market, Baah Yard, Masalachi, Awoshie, A Lang, Nsawam, Gbawe, Mallam, Dzorwulu, Abelenkpe, Plant Pool and Dimples.

Others are Katapor, Fise, Borkorborkor, Manhean, Oduman, CP, Joma, Agape Down, SSNIT, Red Top, Ajaco, Ayigbe Town, SCC, Old Barrier, Choice, Katamanso, Madina Borteyman and Caprice.

This comes after the ECG promised to ensure that there are no power outages across the country during the Christmas festivities.

The Company said its engineers will be on standby to make sure that Ghanaians enjoy uninterrupted power supply.

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V/R: Cattle and Human activities cause Kplikpa River to dry up

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It has been years when the Kplikpa River was discovered and it has been a major source of water for the people of Dzodze and its environs.


Following reports, it has been identified that Fulani Herdsmen have used the river beds as stock joint for over hundreds of cattle ending up leaving their dungs in the river making it unhealthy for human consumption.


All efforts by the Concerned Citizens’ Association of Dzodze, to stop these herdsmen is null and void.
Aside these unhealthy activities, hundreds of people ranging from all ages troop in everyday to fetch water, wash their clothes, motorbikes and vehicles.


The Association is therefore appealing to the Government and any other cooperate bodies of individuals to assist and dredge the river so that enough water can be stored.


Torgbui Amakpa, the Association Chairman spoke about the measures put in place to stop these herdsmen.

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Ambulance Driver Rapes COVID-19 Patient On Their Way To The Hospital

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Ambulance Driver Rapes COVID-19 Patient On Their Way To The Hospital

Before committing this crime, the accused has been booked in an attempt to murder case registered in 2019.

A woman who tested positive for COVID-19 was allegedly raped by an ambulance driver while being taken to hospital on Saturday night in Kerala’s Pathanamthitta district, India police said.

Pathanamthitta district police superintendent KG Simon said the ambulance driver, Noufal, was taken into custody and his arrest was recorded. The driver, who hailed from Alappuzha district, was part of the state health department’s “108 ambulance service”. The police said he is also an accused in an attempt to murder case registered in 2019.

The SP said Noufal took the ambulance to a deserted ground on the way to the hospital and raped the woman. On reaching the hospital, the woman narrated the incident to the hospital staff who informed the police.

Police have recorded the statement of the victim. She was given special counseling at the COVID hospitaal where she is being treated.

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V/R : Fire guts down building in Dzodze

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Around 7:32am earlier today, modernnewsgh gathered that,fire has evaded the house of Torgbui Amakpa in Dzodze,a town in the Ketu North Municipal of the Volta Region.

According to his wife who was in the house before the incident,she emphasized that the cause of the fire cannot be attributed to electrical fault,gas leakage nor any piece of naked flame because the bedroom which was the main target doesn’t not have electricity connected but rather suspects an external cause.Alot of property lost but no casualty recorded.

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