Cut in supply of Nigeria gas to Ghana could hurt economy -Ghana cbank gov
A cut in the supply of gas from Nigeria to Ghana through the West African Gas Pipeline (WAPCO) could hurt Ghana’s economy.
Ghana’s central bank governor Henry Kofi Wampah told a news conference on Wednesday that the halt in gas supply is “not good news” for the country.
A senior official at WAPCO in Ghana said on Wednesday gas supplies through the pipeline, which serves, Togo, Benin and Ghana, have been cut due to a strike in Nigeria.
Wampah said it could damage the country’s economy if prolonged.
Ghana’s economy was hurt in 2013 by an energy deficit.
Source: The Africa Report
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