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Bimbilla clashes: Two confirmed dead
Two persons have been killed while two others have sustained serious injuries at Bimbilla in the Northern Region following a chieftaincy conflict there.

A mother and her daughter were confirmed dead by police in the area while the injured have been rushed to hospital.


Tamale Teaching Hospital denies giving out expired drugs
Author: dagbon
2017-02-18 15:29:44
Management of the Tamale Teaching Hospital in the Northern Region, has denied reports suggesting that its anaesthetics department has been shut down as a result of some expired drugs being administered to patients.

According to the management, the surgical department of the hospital has been operating smoothly without any challenge with any of its units




Bimbilla schools closed down over clashes
Author: dagbon
2017-02-12 16:42:52
Students of the Bimbilla Senior High School and all elementary schools have been asked to stay home following the renewed chieftaincy clashes that claimed 10 lives on Thursday and left many homes burnt.

About ten people were killed whilst others were severely injured in a renewed chieftaincy dispute between two factions in Bimbilla.




Renewed Kingship strife in Bimbila creates refugee ‘crisis’ in Yendi
Author: dagbon
2017-02-12 16:40:17
A refugee situation has been created in Yendi a second largest but highly polarized city in the Northern region after a six hour heavy fighting between chieftaincy factions in Bimbila, Nanumba North district capital, on Thursday left six women, three little children and two men dead.

Informants have said more than 30 family fleeing the grinding chieftaincy unrest to Saboba and Chereponi entered Yendi waiting for other evacuee to proceed.




GUNSHOTS IN BIMBILLA: 17 Persons arrested so far
Author: dagbon
2017-02-11 14:21:25
Seventeen persons have been arrested in Bimbila after a serious shooting incident which claimed the lives of two people on Thursday February 9 in the Nanumba district of the Northern region.

According to the Police, the suspects arrested will be processed for court to face prosecution.




Bimbilla clashes: Lawlessness to blame – Security analyst
Author: dagbon
2017-02-09 15:22:44
The renewed chieftaincy clashes at Bimbilla in the Northern Region could be blamed on the disregard for the law by people in the area, Nana Owusu Sekyere, a security expert, has said.

According to him, the clash has demonstrated that people in the area have disregarded measures put in place years ago to prevent a flare-up of the conflict.





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