26 January 2015

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on January 23, 2015

Northern regional Police Command has appealed to chiefs, opinion leaders and politicians to allow the law enforcement agencies to deal with people perpetrating criminal acts in the region.

The police command also is appealing to religious leaders to include in their sermons the need for people, especially, the youth to respect laws governing the country.

Northern Regional Police Commander DCOP Ken Yeboah who made the appeal when the Anbariya Sunni Community presented hundred bags of cement to the police said their contribution towards protecting their land.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on January 23, 2015

Ghana Health Service (GHS) directorate in the northern region has expressed worry about dwindling nature of family planning in the region for several years now. In the 2010 for instance, the coverage stood at 24 percent, came down to 21 percent and went down further to 19 percent.

 The coverage declined to 15 percent in 2013 and the region is likely to record 19 percent for 2014 when data is completed.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on January 23, 2015

Police in the Northern Region are investigating circumstances that led to the collapse of a manhole at the Ghana Senior High School (GHANASCO) in Tamale.

One person the police said was pronounced dead upon arrival at the Tamale teaching hospital.

Two persons last Monday were contracted by the headmistress of the GHANASCO to construct KVIP and in the process of digging the manhole, it collapsed on the two.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on January 22, 2015

The Anbariya Sunni Community in Ghana has donated hundred bags of cement to the northern regional police command for the rehabilitation and construction of fence wall around the barracks in Tamale.

The donation was in response to an appeal made by the police command to institutions and cooperate organizations in the region.  

The assistance from the public, the police explained, will not only prevent people from encroaching on their land but will also refurbish some of their buildings.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on January 19, 2015

The Paramount Chief of Tamale, Gulkpegu Naa, Alhaji Alhassan Abdulai has called on traditional rulers to abolish cultural practices that do not bring development to the region. Gulkpe Naa made the call during the Maiden Damba Durbar of Chiefs and people in Tamale Sunday where he enskinned the Managing Editor of the Insight News Paper and an Nkrumahist , Kwasi Pra Jnr as his Yalivuhi Naa. .

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on January 19, 2015

The Managing Editor of the Insight Newspaper, Kwesi Pratt Junior has been enskinned as the Gulkpegu Yelivuhi-Naa by the paramount Chief of Tamale, Gulkpe Naa Alhaji Alhassan Abdulai.

Mr Pratt, a leading member of Committee for Joint Action (CJA), a pressure group in Ghana thanked the chiefs and people of Tamale for honouring him.

He assured that, he would help in his own small way in championing the cause of the North. Mr Pratt who described himself as a Northerner urged the people in the Northern Region to embrace peace for the socio-economic development of the people.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on January 17, 2015

An alumini association of the Anbariya has launched its 15th anniversary celebration with the call on all old students both in Ghana and diaspora to show keen interest in activities marking the event. The main event is expected to take place in April this year.

The alumini association was formed in 1996 and was blessed by the founder of Anbariya, Sheik Yussif Soalih  Ajura (Afa Ajura) in March 2000.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on January 16, 2015

Friday  January 16, 2015 was the deadline for some of the affected houses with  ‘illegal’ structures to be demolished while others has up  to 20th January 2015 to remove their structures.

The involvement of the armed military and police men according to the assembly was bases on the interlligent they picked up that indicates their offical was likely to be attack by the residents.


Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on January 16, 2015

A middle-aged Woman collapsed in the early hours on Friday  in Warizehi, a suburb of the Tamale metropolis after seeing armed military and police officers in the area. She was rushed to the Tamale Central Hospital for medical treatment.

The woman, according to an eye witness, came out from her house and saw the armed men who cordoned off the area without any violent disturbances last night.

The armed military and police were in the area to protect an official of the assembly mandated to mark structures such as household latrines, shops and bakery.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on January 15, 2015

Residents of Tindan Kpegu, a farming community in the Tamale south constituency of the metropolis have served notice to politicians not to step in the community during electioneering campaign. Community members say they do not understand why they have been neglected by both the assembly their Member of Parliament and governments in the provision of social amenities.


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