PULIMA BASIC SCHOOL HOLDS A SPEECH AND PRIZE GIVING DAY

Pulima basic school founded in the year 1964 and currently under the Gandwii Circuit of the Sisaala West District Education Service holds their first speech and price giving day to the admiration of the participants. Pulima is a farming community and located on the Tumu-Wa main stretch of road but administratively under the Sisaala West District of the Upper West Region. The school currently has population of 636 with only 17 teachers thereby creating undue pressure on the available teachers

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Rashida black sheep and the Boko Haram feminists

Back in the primary school, I learnt that a black sheep is an expression used to refer to “a member of a family or group who is regarded as a disgrace to it.” The expression is derived from the 18th-century proverb, “There is a black sheep in every flock.” And the meaning has not changed even in this age of weird manifestation of feminism. Now that I have been able to convince the expert faultfinders and the sincerely ignorant critics

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17 issues raised; agreed at FAO experts meeting on the fall armyworm in Africa

The three day Experts meeting which started on Tuesday July 17, 2017 in Accra, Ghana, is to deliberate on the outbreak of the Fall Armyworm (FAW) infestation rapidly spreading across the Africa region. It also aims at exchanging practical experiences and best practices on how best to manage FAW. Below are the key bulletins of what transpired at the meeting on Day one. FAO said a number of other characteristics make FAW particularly hard to control. These include the fact

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WELLEMBELLE HEALTH FACILITY TO BE ELEVATED INTO A POLYCLINIC STATUS

The wellembelle health center which has been a deplorable state for some time now and will soon be elevated into a polyclinic following infrastructural development which  is completed and awaiting credentials. This welcoming news was revealed by the D.C.E representative’s Mr. Isaac Zirofon a Deputy District Planning Officer of the Sissala East at the commissioning of a new private health facility”Staff of Hope Clinic” in Tumu township. He said the District currently has 46 CHIPS,23 compounds,2 clinics,7 health centers and

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SAFEGUARDING GHANA’S DEMOCRATIC CREDENTIALS

For some time now, there has been widespread rumour alleging administrative misconduct on the part of Ghana’s Electoral Commission. The rumours appear to be fuelled by an attempt to remove the chairperson of the Commission from office. Recent developments pointing to some underground maneuvering to remove the Electoral Commissioner give credence to the rumour. It must be noted that our dear country Ghana has enjoyed peaceful elections since the inception of the 1992 Constitution. The various changes in government in

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A NEW HEALTH CARE FACILITY COMMISSIONED IN TUMU

With the upsurge in human population and the quest among all to have access to quality health care in the District couple with penetration of private individuals into the sector to augment the existing few ones ; a new health care facility by name’’ Staff of Hope Clinic’’ was commissioned in Tumu the District capital of the Sissala East to augment the already existing health facilities in and around the area. The commissioning of the private health facility saw the

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UPPER WEST REGIONAL POLICE COMMAND MEETS RESIDENTS OF TUMU

The regional police command making up of the deputy regional police commander DSP Edward Oduro Kwateng ,regional crime officer Alhaji Husein Musah,Sissala West District police commander Raymond Gai and other police officers this morning had a a community engagement with residents of Tumu in as part of plans to curb crime rates in the area. Among the participants present were some stakeholders, the GPRTU chairman and his other executive members, the Moshi chief, the NDC chairman, the Presiding member and

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SISSAALA WEST MP’S MOTOR BIKE DONATION TO ASSEMBLYMEBERS NEEDLESS AT THIS CRITICAL MOMENTS

  Somewhere last month the MP for Sissaala West District Mr. Patrick AlHassan Adamah made a huge donations of brand new motor bikes to the assembly members and the District Health Directorate. Many including my very self are those who appreciated his kind gesture but I later thought otherwise. On the part of the assembly members, it was all with joy to have received those motor bikes knowing very well that, the very purpose for which the donation was made

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Who’s Killing Ghana?

The blame for what Ghana has become falls on you and me. Not Rawlings, not Kuffour , not Mahama and definitely not the civil and human rights advocate Akufo-Addo. Our wickedness stinks to the high heavens as we go about our daily lives, pulling down everyone and everything to become rich. We import substandard Chinese products, fake drugs and expired baby food unfit for human consumption, destroying the environment with galamsay aided by the Chinese and we have the nerve

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Tumu- Kasaana Stretch of Road to be Constructed

Following public out cry and a reportage on this portal on a broken bridge on theTumu- Kasaana stretch of road and showing  how sensitive the MP for the area is !the MP Hon.  Raidwan Abass visited the site with an engineer to have first hand information on the deplorable state of the bridge and also to hand over the work to a contractor kick start work . The MP,in the company of the District Chief Executive Mr. Karim Nanyua and

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