The Only Message My People Will Listen To In 2020 Election; Is To Travel With Ease On Bolgatanga –Wa Road

The paramount chief of the Tumu traditional area Kuoro Richard Babini Kanton VI emphatically forewarn the president on the need to fulfill the top most priority of his people since its existence has been a nightmare on travelers. He made this pronouncement to his Excellency the President of Ghana Nana Ado Dankwa Akufo Addo with cognizance to the deplorable nature of the road from Wa-to-Bolgatanga in the Upper East region of Ghana. The message was carried in a welcome address

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SISAALA LAND IS READY FOR THIS YEAR’S MEGA PARRI GBIELLE FESTIVAL

  The Sisaala is poised to host numerous visitors as they celebrate an annual festival known as Parri Gbielle. The festival which was given birth to in the year 1965 and was short lived due to disunity. The celebration of the festival bounced back to life in the year 2009 when Tumu Kuoro Richard Babini Kanton IV took over as the chief of the Tumu and the paramount chief of the Tumu traditional area. Paari Gbielle festival is annually celebrated

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Why Kete-Krachi deserves the capital of Oti Region

Aerial shots of some part of Kete-Krachi Lakeside The people of Kete-Krachi say they deserve and are prepared to host the capital of the newly-created Oti Region. They argue that siting the regional capital in Kete-Krachi will open up that area for development and also open up the Oti Region to the regions that share boundaries with Kete-Krachi to the north and west. They argue that due to the location of Kete-Krachi, travellers to the regional capital, if sited there,

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THE NORTH, DAGBON AND A RANT

Never have I ever thought that hurting words from people could lead one to commit a suicide. I have always assumed such a thing as a textbook hypothesis. It felt like a dagger through heart when I recently read a comment on Ghanaweb concerning the recent developments about the North especially Dagbon. The comment reads: “No matter the high level of education of northerners especially Dagombas, they will still have some traces of violence and stupidity in them. Why do they

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A TEAM OF VOLUNTEER HEALTH PERSONNEL EMBARK ON HEALTH EDUCATION TOUR ;ACROSS SECOND CYCLE INSTITUTIONS IN SISSALA EAST DISTRICT

  A team of Volunteer Health Personnel led by the acting in-charge of Staff of Hope Clinic Mr. Sidiki Mumuni, a physician assistant and other resource persons held their first ever health education tour at St Clare Vocational Institute in Tumu,the District capital of Sissala East. Health issues discussed included ;Rhesus incompatibility (maternal health challenges), sickle cell disease, unsafe abortion, use of contraception and sexually transmitted infections and candidiasis. This event,being  part of an organized sensitization tour by a team of

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VEHICLE FOR CONVEYING JOURNALISTS UNINSURED FOR FIVE YEARS AT THE NORTHERN REGION

A Vehicle that has been allocated to journalist by the Northern Regional Co-coordinating Council has been left uninsured for almost Five years leaving its occupants the griped by fear  and panic.  A mini urvan with registration number GT 954-12 that has officially been allocated to transport journalists in the Northern Regional capital has for almost five years is yet to been insured and hence has left its occupants in fear as they are left to nothing but Almighty God as

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Nsukwao River Turns Red at Koforidua

Residents of the New Juaben Municipality of the Eastern region have been thrown into a state of shock as the Nsukwa River flowing across the municipality has suddenly turned red. Intrigued residents who are thronging to catch the glimpse in droves are assigning superstition for the change in colour of the popular river. strenuous effort is being put in place  to confirm if the development is as a result of an industrial pollution or just a mystery. The police is currently heading to

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REFLECTIONS ON THE COMING OF RAMADAN 2017(CE)

Life in this world is said to be narrow and short. We live in it as strangers and we’ll leave it as strangers. We explore many opportunities in this life. We succeed in some and fail in many others. We are in this world journeying like a traveller going on a pilgrimage to an unknown strange land. We don’t know what we will encounter be it positive or negative. Many a time, we are faced with numerous challenges and setbacks.

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