Ghana Power Barges

Ghana Power Barges

The government of Ghana, on Sunday, November 29, 2015, held a ceremony at the Tema Port to officially welcome the Karpower barge to Ghana after several months of expectation.

The ceremony, which was well attended by numerous dignitaries including the Power Minister, saw the grandeur inauguration of the 225 MW power generator.However, Dr. Kwabena Donkor says the Karpower barge will be commissioned by President John Mahama when all the connections have been made.

This morning, J.J Rawlings has fired some shots at the Power Ministry and the first gentleman of the land – John Mahama.

According to Mr. Rawlings, christening of the power barges yesterday was an insane act, complete waste of time, and resources.

Angry Rawlings said “it seems the leaders of this country don’t know what to do with their time. Any right thinking person won’t spend money to welcome common power barges. We are not serious as a nation at all.”

“The money used for this meaningless ceremony could have been used by the government to invest in dog farming. You know this same government, under the Savannah Accelerated Development Authority (SADA), started something on guinea fowl production. Ghanaians know what happened to this project but I’m certain that exporting dog meat to foreign countries will generate lots of income for the country,” he added.

From the horse’ own mouth, Rawlings said this is the most foolish thing the NDC government has done. He therefore called on all reasonable Ghanaians to vote out NDC in the 2016 general election.

J.J Rawlings, as he’s affectionately called by his peers, is the nickname of Prince Kojo Sarfo, a famous serial caller who resides in Kumasi.

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The government of Ghana, on Sunday, November 29, 2015, held a ceremony at the Tema Port to officially welcome the Karpower barge to Ghana after several months of expectation. The ceremony, which was well attended by numerous dignitaries including the Power Minister, saw the grandeur inauguration of the 225 MW...

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