Government is working to close the gap between demand and supply of potable water delivery, says Water Resources, Works and Housing Minsiter, Alhaji Collins Dauda.
This follows announcements by the Ghana Water Company to ration the commodity in Accra and Tema.
The company had explained the rationing had been necessitated by some faults its filters at the Weija Treatment Plant had developed and the subsequent shutdown of four filters at the plant.
During an inspection tour of the site Saturday, Alhaji Dauda told the media that the pressure in producing more gallons of water a day will be reduced when demand meets supply.
He added government will soon regulate the distribution of water as a means of solving incessant water crisis.