The Energy Minister, Boakye Agyarko has assured that Ghanaians will start enjoying constant supply of power by close of day today, Saturday, February 25, 2017.

There were fears of a possible dumsor creeping back following the recent intermittent power outages in several parts of the capital, Accra.

Parts of the country, and Accra saw unplanned power cuts as a result of technical works on some of the country’s power plants, Mr. Agyarko explained.

He said although the remedial works was to end on Monday, it had to be extended because some works were still outstanding.

The Energy Minister, Mr. Agyarko in an interview with Accra-based Citi FM last night said his out fit was working to return the situation to normalcy soon.

“The FPSO was to engage the first export of gas after the monitoring test. So then once we get the flow of gas flow, that is the end of the current emergency that we announced in mid of January, then we come back to our normalcy.

“One of the things we feared the most was not an issue of crude or gas. What we feared the most was the national grid becoming unstable because power has been withdrawn from the Western corridor. It had nothing to do with crude or gas.

“My commitment is to keep the light on and keep transportation running, because that is how you grow an economy” he assured.