29 August 2015

Posted by Fuseini D. Neindow on August 25, 2015

Some market women trading in the Aboabo Market have vowed to remain hawking in the Tamale-Nyakpala road in spite of the dangers associated with their trading activities.

The traders have invaded the road for over four months now under the watch of the Metropolitan Assembly. According to the traders, the ongoing construction in Aboabo has created a lot of inconvenience and the alternative trading place the assembly directed them to transact business is not favoring them.

Posted by Fuseini D. Neindow on August 23, 2015

Nine students have been graduated on Saturday at the Sky High Academy, one of the reputable basic schools situated at Kanvilli Tuunaayili in the Sagnarigu district of Tamale. The students have successfully graduated from kindergarten two (KG 2) to primary one (P 1).

The chairman for the occasion, Reverend Tahid Ayuba Elijah spoke with Zaa News on the significance of the second graduation of students of Sky High Academy and urged parents and guardians to send their children to school. Reverend Ayuba also asked parents to train their children to become good citizens tomorrow.

Posted by Fuseini D. Neindow on August 21, 2015

Some traders in the Tamale Central Market are appealing to the Tamale Metropolitan Assembly to come to their aid this rainy season. The sanitation situation, they say, is deplorable such that people find it difficult to do businesses anytime it rains.

Mostly traders who do not have stores and normally sit in front of the stores in the market are at the mercy of the rain. Some of them complained that because of the structural development of the market people do not usually come inside the market to buy their items because of the muddy nature of the place.


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