UW/R: Four Suspected Poachers to Face The Law Court for Killing a Migratory Elephant

Four persons suspected to poachers are to be arraigned before court for allegedly killing an elephant in a company others ostensibly moving from Gbelle Resorce Reserve in Ghana to Zainga Reserve in Burkina Faso. On 23rd May 2020 and around 12:45am, a joint security body comprising the Military, BNI, Police and Wild Life Division stormed a farming community called Vamboi were suspected killers of the elephant reside. In all 12 persons were picked for questioning. After screening, four persons have

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UW/R: Gbelle Resource Reserve Gets a Viewing Height

As part of putting in measures to market the reserve globally to visitors, a viewing height or platform has been erected in the Gbelle Resource Reserve to aid visitors have a good view of the game or animals in the reserve. This new development which forms part of a series of innovations to make the reserve very attractive visitors was disclosed by the park manager in the person of Dr.NanaOwusu Ansah. He also did add that, a road is being

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A complete Mouth -Watery Package for Tourists/Visitors in Ghana

Ecotourism is defined as “responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment sustains the wellbeing of the local people and their culture and involves interpretation and education” (TIES, 2015). GBELE RESOURCE RESERVE (586km2). The Gbelle Resource Reserve was established in 1975.Geographically, the reserve was established in the short-grass savannah zone. Gbele Resource Reserve is the only wildlife protected area in the Upper West Region of Ghana. It is also located within the jurisdiction of four district assemblies: Sisaala West,

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Sisaala West District Assembly HOST Junior Staff Course 72 Military Officers

The Sisaala West Assembly headed by the District Chief Executive in the person of Hon.Mohammed Bakor  flanked by the District Police commander and the District Coordinating Director on the 24th September, 2019 hosted  JSC (Junior Staff Course)72 military officers. The officers numbering about 30 included two Nigerians and one Liberian and the rest being Ghanaians. The visiting team comprises of Armed Forces, Navy, Air force, and their counterpart from CEPS. The DCE for Sisaala West District briefed them on government

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Government Denying our children access to Secondary Education; says President of Zini (Buwa) Traditional council

The chiefs and people of the Buwa Traditional council have registered their displeasure on the actions and inactions of the current government not showing signs of completing the only Senior High School in the area which was started by the previous government to enable their children access Secondary Education at the comfort of their area . The Buwa kingdom is made up of about twenty communities all under Zini as the seat of the traditional council. The Buwa kingdom is

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Up-grade Tumu Customs Barrier to An international Standard;Says Tumu Kuoro

The paramount Chief of Tumu traditional area His Eminent Chief Richard Babini Kanton VI who is also a member of council of elders has made a passionate appeal to the president of the republic of Ghana His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo to as part of his quest to develop Sissala area and the Upper West Region as a whole to as a matter of enhancing trade between countries,relocate the current Customs Barrier to the boundary between Ghana and

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Give Priority to Children in Most Deprived Areas; Says D.C.E for Nadowli-Kaleo

The District Chief Executive (DCE) for Nadowli-Kaleo, Madam Katherine T.Lankono has made a passionate appeal to the NGOs and other players working in education sector to as a matter of making an impactful targeting, give much priority to children in deprived communities who cannot access basic education in the country, she made this call with emphasis on Nadowli-Kaleo District as this when implemented would a ensure a sound foundation is laid for the children and hence them realizing their full

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