From William N-lanjerborr Jalulah, Bawku Barely two weeks after his Toyota Tacoma pick-up was completely burnt in his house in Bawku by unknown arsonists, Mr. Japheth Akologo Tanko, Deputy Bawku Central Constituency Organiser of the ruling National Democratic Congress, says his life is being threatened. Mr. Tanko was among seven municipal chief executive [...]
From Edmond Gyebi The Paramount Chief of the Buipe Traditional Area, Buipewura Mahama Jinapor II, has passionately appealed to President John Dramani Mahama to critically look at the deplorable state of the Buipe market, and direct resources for its development to befit its status as one of the largest markets in the Northern Region. The [...]
As part of its educational programme initiative, Nterm-Ghana, a non-governmental organisation (NGO), is aiming at complementing the existing efforts of all stakeholders to improve the standards of health, education and development in rural Ghana, hand has donated sets of books worth GH¢1,200 to seven students in Saboba. At a short presentation ceremony at Saboba on [...]
For many decades now, the Newcastle disease has been the major setback to productive guinea fowl rearing in Saboba, a predominantly farming town in the Eastern corridor of the Northern Ghana. The annual mortality rate of guinea fowls in the Saboba District ranges from 95 to 100%. Several attempts to revert the trend have been [...]
Water may be a cheap and an easily accessible commodity to some communities in the world, but the story is different, regarding the people of Hahagu, Jerigu, Cheko and Dalembila in the Northern Region.
Sixty-one Persons With Disabilities (PWDs) in the Nanumba South District of the Northern Region of Ghana have been given a total of GH¢41,198 as their share of the Common Fund.
Yam farmers in the Nanumba South District of the Northern Region of Ghana have called for the government’s intervention to help improve the production of the crop in the area. They are demanding for improved yam seeds, financial, and input support from the government.
Waste and sanitation management everywhere in the world, including Ghana, is capital intensive. Not even in the developed countries, where its management is driven by hi-tech equipment, aside having proper disposal sites and being able to maintain them.
Aug 13 2012 | Posted in Northern Region
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The Northern Regional Chairman of the Association of Small-Scale Industries (ASSI), Mr. Saeed Abdul-Moomen, has called for strong collaboration between the association and the various metropolitan, municipal and district assemblies (MMDAs), to ensure effective internal revenue mobilisation.
The Vice President, John Dramani Mahama, has hinted that the government, through the Savannah Accelerated Development Authority (SADA), would plant over five million trees in the 50 districts within the SADA operational area to mitigate the effects of climate change.