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21 December 2014

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on December 19, 2014

 

 

Twelve (12) people are responding to treatment at the Tamale Teaching Hospital (TTH) after their vehicle with registration number AS 9192 G was involved in an accident on Tamale-Kumasi road at about 8 pm on Thursday.  

The accident occurred few meters away from Damongo junction in the Central Gonja district of the northern region.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on December 18, 2014

Butchers traveling with their animals to Accra have involved in a ghastly car crash that occurred around 8 pm, Thursday, on Tamale-Kuasi road near Damongo junction in the Central Gonja district of the northern region.

The butchers were traveling with their animals from Kpatiga in the Gushegu district to Accra. The accident happens some few meters away from Damongo Junction.

The vehicle with registration number AS 91 92 G was carrying sheep and cattle.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on December 18, 2014

Prosperities destroyed by fire at the Aboabu market in Tamale has been estimated at  one hundred and sixty five thousand, two hundred and seventy five Ghana cedis (165,275).

They include; over 55 bags of rice, 8 bags of maize, 195 bags of groundnuts, 175 beans, soya beans 65, millet over 65 bags and 106 Dawadawa seeds bags.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on December 18, 2014

Liquidity has been identified as one of the major challenges facing rural banks in the northern region. The rural banks say it is affecting their operations in their quest to providing banking service to the rural people and appealed to government to help address the problem.

The rural banks are also calling on government to channel all statutory funds such as the district assembly common fund into the rural banks.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on December 18, 2014

 

The Northern Regional Minister, Hon. Alhaji Mohammed- Muniru Limuna has encouraged basic pupils in the northern region to take their studies seriously and aim high for a bright future. He said this during the launch of the schools’ 25 years anniversary celebration of ABE HALPERIN School, a private based school in Tamale.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on December 18, 2014

The Technical University College of Tamale (TUCT) has held its third matriculation and graduation at the Dungu campus in Tamale yesterday. The first procession was followed by the matriculation of seventeen newly admitted students.

 The chairman of the college council, Prof. Walter Sandow Alhassan said TUCT is gradually becoming one of the lead tertiary institutions in Ghana.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on December 17, 2014

The President nominee for the position of District Chief Executive for Karaga, Imoro Yakubu e has been overwhelming endorsed by members of the karaga assembly.

 Mr Imoro polled 45 votes out of 47 ballots cast. The Karaga DCE-elect until his confirmation was the assemblyman for Bagurugu electoral area in the Karaga district.  

The 35-year-old trained teacher was teaching at Watterson SDA primary school in Tamale. The DCE-elect thanked the assembly members for the confidence reposed on him and pledged to work hard to improve the living condition of the people in the area.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on December 17, 2014

The Chief of Salinkuga in the Zabzugu district of the northern region Naa Sumani Tiggu has been shot dead by an unknown gunman. He was shot and killed at his residence in Zabzugu opposite the Zabzugu police station at about 7 pm on Tuesday.

The late Naa Sumani Tigu died on in an ambulance on his way to the Tamale teaching Hospital. 

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on December 16, 2014

The New Patriotic Party - NPP has expressed shock at the level of damage caused by the fire outbreak at some parts of the Aboabo market early this morning and called for a thorough investigation to ascertain the real cause of the fire.

In a statement signed by the northern regional secretary of the party Salifu Sule and copied to Zaa News  described the situation as shocking and called on government to provide assistance to the affectd traders.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on December 16, 2014

The National Peace Council in the Northern Region is appealing to co-operate bodies and nongovernmental organizations to assist them carry out their mandate.

The council says they are committed in ensuring that there is peace in the region but it’s constraint with logistics and financial difficulties.

Members of the northern regional peace council which consists of all groups were set up by National Peace Council (NPC) act of 2011, Act 818 to facilitate and develop mechanisms for conflict prevention, management, resolution and build sustainable peace in the country.

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