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Bole bad roads spark furore in parliament

There was a huge uproar from the majority side of Parliament when the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Member of Parliament for Bole/Bamboi in the Northern Region, Yusif Sulemana stood on the floor of the parliament on Friday to ask the Deputy Minister for Roads and Highways what his ministry is doing about bad roads in his constituency.

The minority NDC members were not comfortable when the Bole/Bamboi MP, Yusif Sulemana asked the Deputy Minister of Roads and Highway when the Bole township roads will be completed along with other uncompleted roads projects in the constituency.


Savelugu NPP protesters defy Nana Addo’s plea for calm
Author: dagbon
2017-06-19 18:30:30
Irate supporters of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Savelugu constituency of the Northern Region have rejected President Nana Akufo-Addo’s plea that the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Savelugu/Nantong Municipality, Hajia Ayishetu Seidu should be allowed to work in her office.

A delegation from the Presidency today (Monday) visited the troubled Savelugu township to mediate the political standoff between some angry NPP supporters and the Municipal Executive (MCE), Hajia Ayishetu Seidu.




Former CEO of Tamale Teaching Hospital finally hands over
Author: dagbon
2017-06-19 18:26:10

Tamale Hospital
The embattled Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Tamale Teaching Hospital (TTH), Dr. Prosper Akanbon has finally handed over to Dr. David Zaawumya Kolbila as new CEO of the facility, after a week of the standoff.

The new CEO took over office Monday, June 19th, 2017 with assurance to operate a new system of administration at the hospital.




Hajia Alima begs angry Savelugu residents to accept MCE
Author: dagbon
2017-06-13 12:53:47

Alima Mahama
The Minister for Local Government and Rural Development, Hajia Alima Mahama, has called on residents of Savelugu to desist from continually preventing their Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) from working. The Minister also urged the media to do its part to educate the irate youth who have been protesting against the approved MCE.

Speaking at a one-day National Validation Workshop on Draft Fee-Fixing Guidelines, Hajia Mahama said “the MCE has been confirmed so I expect the media people to educate the people to know that the woman has been confirmed.




Don’t forget us – Kumbungu chief tells government
Author: dagbon
2017-06-12 10:28:27
The Chief of Kumbungu in the Northern Region Naa Alhaji Abu Iddrisu, has called on the Nana Addo led government not to renege on its campaign promise to the people of Kumbungu now that they have assumed power.

The chief recounted the promises made to them, a bridge for the Nawuni River to open up the district to other parts of the country, the road from Kumbungu to Kbulung through to Nyankpala, district assembly complex among other promises.




Rocky Dawuni celebrates World Environment Day with Canadian Prime Minister
Author: dagbon
2017-06-12 10:22:22

Rocky Dawuni
Grammy-nominated Ghanaian musician, Rocky Dawuni spent World Environment Day enjoying and appreciating nature with Canada's Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau.

The star, was among other noted international artists who were invited to observe the day, such as the UN Goodwill Ambassadors, actor Adrian Grenier (Entourage), musician /surfer/ activist Jack Johnson and UNEP Director Erik Solheim.





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Bole bad roads spark furore in parliament


Savelugu NPP protesters defy Nana Addo’s plea for calm


Former CEO of Tamale Teaching Hospital finally hands over


Hajia Alima begs angry Savelugu residents to accept MCE


Don’t forget us – Kumbungu chief tells government


Rocky Dawuni celebrates World Environment Day with Canadian Prime Minister


Tamale Teaching Hospital CEO sacked


Standoff at Tamale Teaching Hospital


Bawumia promises good roads for Northern Region


Chief assaulted over decongestion exercise in Tamale


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