27 November 2014

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on November 23, 2014

The Environmental Protection Agency (E.P.A) in the northern region has hinted that, it will take the Tamale metropolitan Assembly to court over the poor management of the Tamale landfill site at Gbalahi, a farming community in the Sagnarigu district of the Tamale north constituency.

The EPA says the assembly has failed in managing the landfill site and sanitation situation in the metropolis and the only way to protect the environment and the people is through law court.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on November 19, 2014

At least 2.5 billion people across the globe have no household latrines and are resorting to open defecation. The figure according to stakeholders in sanitation possesses serious challenge on human development in the world.

About 15 percent of the Ghana’s total population has access to safe latrines and 23 percent uses the public toilet.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on November 19, 2014

An unidentify man believe to be in his 30s has been arrested by the police at the Tamale sports Stadium for possessing 210 match ticket of Ghana-Togo match which gone missing on Wednesday morning. 

He claimed the tickets were given to him by an official of the national sports council.  Earlier in the morning, officials of the national sports council complained about some 210 missing tickets and alerted the security on the ground.

An eye witness told Zaa News the gentlemen was arrested at the point of sales in the stadium when he was accosted by the security. 

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on November 19, 2014

The first goal, Abdul Majeed Waris.20 second minutes

Second goal Mubaraka Wakaso. 25th minutes 

Coach MAxewell Konadu told journalist  at the team last training  in the Tamale sports stadium that his side will close their ranks to ensure a couple of goals in the first half.

The sparrow Hawks, the Togolese national team scored a   goal in 4 minutes into the second half  by prince Segbefia.

An own goal by Ouro-Akoriko puts Ghana scores line to 3.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on November 18, 2014

The Captain of Black Stars, Asamoah Gyan has arrived in on Tuesday afternoon in Tamale to join his team mates in camp for the Ghana-Togo match.

Asamoah Gyan got injured in his club, Al ain in the United Arab Emirates denying him from taken part in the crucial encounter.

His arrival at camp in Tamale puts smiles on the faces of many soccer fans who believe his presents could impact positively and also boost the moral of the players.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on November 18, 2014

Three players of the Senior National Team, the black stars of Ghana have presented 200 pounds and 100 dollars to the Tamale children’s home in Nyohini.

They are Baba Rahaman, Mubarak Wakaso and Abdul-Majeed Waris both from the northern region made the donation as part their three day stay in Tamale for Ghana-Togo match. The three players together with their colleagues also donated food items, assorted drinks and detergents worth thousands of Ghana cedis to the children.  

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on November 17, 2014


The paramount chief of Tamale, Gulkpe Naa Alhaji Abdulai Alhassan has presented 25 smocks, a bull and hundred tubers of yam to the senior National team, the Black stars at a colour ceremony in his palace.  

The Black stars led by the president of Ghana Football Association (GFA), Osman Kwasi Nyatakyie  and technical team paid courtesy  called on Gulkpe Naa to seek his blessing as the custodian of Tamale ahead of Ghana Togo Match schedule on Wednesday at the Tamale sports stadium.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on November 11, 2014

The paramount chief of Tamale, Gulkpe Naa Alhaji Abdulai Alhassan has commended the veterans in the northern region for their sacrifice and dedication to the service of Ghana.

Gulkpe Naa said the ex-service men and women have done tremendously well during the struggle of Ghana under the colonial rule and must be treated with respect.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on November 10, 2014

The founder of Media foundation for West Africa (MFWA), Professor Kwame Karikari has urged the media organizations to stop putting jokes in their news items. According to him, news was the mother of all programming in any news or media organizations and that there should not be a joke whatsoever.

Professor Karikari who is also a lecturer at the Legon School of communication urged news organizations not to turn public opinion into frivolousity and that news must be presented as facts and occurrences of events.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on November 10, 2014

The Country Director of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Tirso Dos Santos has expressed concerns over the porous nature of boarder post and unapproved routes entering points into Ghana in the wake of the deadly Ebola outbreak.

Mr Dos Santos told journalists at Ebola national media training organized by Media Foundation for West Africa in Accra Ghana that the unapproved boarder post exposes Ghana to a high risk and must be look at by authorities seriously.


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