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29 July 2014

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on July 25, 2014

Above are the eight demands of organized labor and working people in Ghana.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on July 25, 2014

Members of Organized labour have asked government to immediately come out with prudent measures to address economic hardship Ghanaians workers are currently facing.
The labour union says the current economic condition is unbearable and workers in Ghana deserve better salary and working conditions.
The organized labour is therefore demanding immediate action by government to halt the depreciation of the cedi and rising cost of living.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on July 21, 2014

The chiefs in the northern region have committed two thousand Ghana cedis (2,000) for teaching and learning of science and technology.
The money was donated to the state of the art private science and technology facility at Kuga in the Yendi municipality.

The acting President of the Dagbon traditional council Kampakuya Naa Abdulai Yakubu Andani made the donation on behalf of the chiefs in the Dagbon kingdom at a ceremony to inaugurate an ultra modern basic school college in Yendi.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on July 21, 2014

The Regent of Dagbon and the acting President of Dagbon traditional council, Kampakuya Naa, Abdulai Yakubu Andani II has urged government to increase its efforts in improving education in the northern sector of the country.
He said the north lags behind in education not as a result of the people’s own doing as believed in some quarters , but as a result of a deliberate colonial policy that sought in downplaying the significance of education up north.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on July 18, 2014

The Ghana federations of agriculture producers’ coalition are calling on stakeholders in the agriculture sector to support in advocating the enactment of cattle ranching law that will regulate the movement of animals in Ghana.
The call for the law follows several complaints of farmers across Ghana on the negative impact on the activities of herdsmen in the rural communities.
The farmer based organizations believe regulating the movement of animals will ensure peaceful co-existence between crop farmers and animal farmers particularly herdsmen.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on July 11, 2014

The Domestic Violence and Victims Support Unit (DOVVSU) of the Ghana police in the Northern Region say it is dangerous for victims especially, married women to shield perpetrators of domestic violence.
DOVVSU said the practice where victims especially married women hide under the pretext of protecting their marriages which is predominant in the region has long time effects on couples.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on July 11, 2014

At least one person has been confirmed dead at Banda-Nkwanta in the Bole District of the Northern Region after a galamsey pit close to the Bui Dam and the Damongo National Park in which they were prospecting for Gold collapsed on them last Monday.
He was rescued by members of the Banda Nkwanta Community and the Bole District Security Task Force. Six others who were on the same mission however escaped unhurt according to the District Chief Executive of Bole, James Jaaga.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on July 11, 2014

The police and military personnel have been deployed to the Northern Regional Party Secretariat of the governing ruling national democratic congress (NDC) in Tamale to maintain law and order.
It follows news that a section of party supporters had resolved to set the edifice ablaze following sharp disagreements over the introduction of a clause in the guidelines for the election of party executive officers across the country.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on July 11, 2014

The Mamprusi Development Association has commended the chiefs and elders of Bimobas and Konkombas in Mamprugu for their resolve and pledge to maintain a sustainable peace in Mamprugu traditional area.
The pledge for a lasting peace by the chiefs on 21st June, 2014 before the overlord of Mamprugu Kingdom Naa Bohagu Mahami Abdulai Sheriga demonstrates the preparedness of overlord and readiness of the two factions to co-exist and bury their long aged differences.

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