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07 May 2015

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on May 06, 2015

The Mozurana-Nasia, Chief Dan N. Abdulai and the elders in Nasia, a farming community in the Walewale constituency of the West Mamprusi District in the Northern Region have resolve to deal with anyone found engaging in illegal chain-saw activities in the area.

The elders took the decision after a torrential rain hit the area displacing over one thousand two hundred people residing in seventy eight houses in Nasia.

Schools and properties worth thousands of Ghana cedis were destroyed by the rainstorm which occurred last Sunday at about 9 pm.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on May 06, 2015

A United States based business consultant and an entrepreneur, Alhaji Mohammed Ibn Umar has urged Dagombas to change their attitudes towards emerging business opportunities Dagbon.

He said physical development in Dagbon should be a wake call to the indigenes that a new era has come with a lot of business opportunities gear at improving their economic standards.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on April 29, 2015

Youth of the ruling National Democratic Congress in the Wa East Constituency of the Upper West Region have descended on some constituency executives for embarking on strenuous campaigns to dent the image of the District Chief Executive (DCE)  for the area Abdul-Karim Abudu.

The youth led by the constituency youth organizer Osman Musah have accused the leadership of the party in the area of deliberately sowing seeds of discords within the ranks of the party and trying to blame the DCE for it.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on April 28, 2015

Two suspected motor bike syndicates in Tamale have been arrested and handed over to the Northern regional police by the security man of Zaa Radio, DawudaMusah after they attempted to unlock the staff motor bikes.

The suspects rode unregistered scooter motor bike into the yard. One of the suspects who was riding left his colleague with a master key to take any of the ‘Mapoka’ bikes parked in the compound. 

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on April 27, 2015

Students of the Kumbungu Senior High School (SHS) are calling on the Ghana Education Service to remove their headmaster, Francis Tia Dokurugu immediately.

The students say the headmaster, Francis Tia Dokurugu’s long stay after his retirement last year does not no longer help the school. They accuse him of poor administrative skills to supervise the teachers.

The one thousand six hundred students say they don’t like arm-chair headmaster but rather an effective headmaster who can help uplift the school to catch up with the rest of the second cycle schools in the country.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on April 27, 2015

The Member of Parliament for Bunkpurugu, Solomon Boar has hinted that he will petition government through the interior minister over the killing of one of his constituents, Jabiuk Duut, 36. 

The Bunkpurugu MP said the said military officer must be brought to book to deter others from such acts.

Hon. Boar said if government fails to respond to his petition appropriately, he will halt the interior minister before parliament to explain the action of the security detailed to maintain law and order in Bunkpurugu district.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on April 27, 2015

The family of a 36-year-old farmer who was allegedly shot and killed by a military officer last Friday at Pagnatik, a farming community in the Bunkpurugu district of the Northern Region demand justice from government.

Private Daniel Appiah of the 6 BN of Kamina barracks in Tamale with the rank NP 202427 was alleged to have killed one Jabiuk Duut in Pagnatik. The deceased’s wife, Binantoi Jabiuk told Zaa News through an interpreter the husband was shot dead in his room at about 4 -5pm during curfew hours.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on April 24, 2015

The Member of Parliament for Nanton Constituency and Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, in partnership with the Chinese Embassy have donated learning materials amounting to Forty Seven Thousand Ghana Cedis (GHC47,000.00) to the pupils of Tampion Primary School.

The items include pens, pencils, textbooks, novels, school bags, footballs, shoes and some other Teaching and Learning Materials (TLAs).

The donation was presented by the Ambassador of The Peoples Republic of China to Ghana, Ms Son Boahong.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on April 24, 2015

Ghana-China Friendship Association (GHACHIFA) has been inaugurated in Tamale in the Northern Region.

This is to foster friendly relations and non-governmental co-operation between both countries. GHACHIFA seeks to promote collaborations for joint ventures, cultural exchanges, joint trade missions, networking, business contacts and educational exchange programmes. It also seeks to strengthen the bilateral relations between the government of both countries.

Posted by Mohammed Ibrahim on April 23, 2015

Girl Child Education Officers from three districts in the northern region have called on young girls to pay serious attention to Information Communication Technology (ICT) education.

The officers said the current generation has no excuse not to become ICT experts. According to them, there are several NGOs and government interventions in ICT in almost all the districts in the region now have ICT centers and students only need to make good use of the facilities.

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