S/R: STK District Assembly Mourns Mr Anabiga The Late Coordinating Director Of The District
By jjlobationisamaestro | self meida writer
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News circulating in the Sawla Township of STK District of The savannah region of Ghana saying the coordinating director of the Sawla Tuna Kalba District had traveled to the land of his ancestors on the 9th of February, 2021 as reported by the STK district assembly.
The members of the Sawla Tuna Kalba district assembly are using this medium to express their condolences to the bereaved family of Mr Anabiga the late coordinating director of the STK District.
But rumors are currently going viral states that, the said director died of the noble corona virus disease but the autopsy is yet to be out so we could clear all doubts about this covid-19 thing being the cause of his death.
As a result of this rumor, patronage and wearing of nose masks have increased significantly as other covid-19 protocols as well in the district capital of STK Sawla.
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