Tamale based controversial radio and TV presenter, Halik Musah, known in the showbiz as Mr. Tell has rained curses on the president, Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo, blaming the current power situation on his head.
According to him, he has endured the dumsor, which the government described as “intermittent power cut” to a point where he thinks he has exhausted his patience.The angry Mr. Tell explained that the recent one led to damage of his properties including,Television, DStv decoder, power bank and phone charger.
“May God punish NaNa Ado, punish GRIDCO, Punish VRA, punish the Energy Minister, punish whoever comes on Facebook to defend them. If you VEX may God Punish you to”, he wrote on Facebook.
“For two days now I slept in darkness and in heat, last night when I came home at around 11pm, there was no light/power, I never complained, just this afternoon at about 2pm power came, went off again for 15 minutes I never complained or curse anybody,it came back with so much current, got my Television, my DStv decoder, my power bank and my phone charger destroyed. So now, some idiots think I don’t have the right to curse anyone, I should keep quiet and suffer it. You lie. Let any bootlicker come here and talk nonsense again”, he added.
Meanwhile, supporters of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) who are take exception to this write up, led by Mahamadu Ghazale Nyass is blaming appointees of the government for Mr. Tell’s actions, saying they have emboldened him.
There has been erratic power supply being experienced in parts of the country even though government has denied that ‘dumsor’ is back.The Energy Minister with power distribution managers insist the current situation is due to ongoing works.
But the Minority Leader, Haruna Iddrisu in an interview with JoyNews a week ago said it was time for government told the people of Ghana the truth.