Once again, the inarguable role of a teacher has been expressly proven by a circulating photo on social media. Most at times, teaches argue that their profession is the most important one so far as raising important people in the society is concerned. Today, the Deputy General Secretary for the Ghana National Association of Teachers, Dagbandow Kwame, had to forget his pride and ego, and kneel on the floor to beg teachers who are running away from Bawku to return.
A Governance Lecturer at the Central University, Doctor (Dr) Benjamin Otchere-Ankrah in an interview with the host of Kokrokoo, Kwame Sefa Kayi boldly tells the Government to stop wasting money on the Bawku conflict by providing security to restore peace but rather use the land that belongs to the people to build Military Barracks.
I am about to tell you why GNAT General Secretary cried on Live TV. Kindly show me some support by clicking on the +follow button to receive more tantalizing updates from JUKELAFRICA. Thank you for reading this piece. The Ghana National Association of Teachers has added some strong voice to discourage the war in Bawku from continuing due to the need for peace and development in the area.
Popular Islamic spiritualist and Numerologist Mallam Sham-una has informed the National Chief Imam Sheikh Nuhu Sharabutu to wear his Slippers and walk into the Bawku central areas. He further Heaped a blame on the Chief Imam for not performing the spiritual duty of wearing his unique Slippers while seeking for peace at Bawku.
At least one person has been confirmed dead while following a gory accident at Bwaku in the Upper East Region . The accident which happened Saturday morning around 18:00 hours GMT involved a Motorbike and a Hundai Bus Speaking in an interview with Zeb Fm , an eyewitness explained that a Kumasi bound Hundai Bus (Reg.
The Bawku West District Police Command has captured one individual regarding an attack at the Binnaba market in the Upper East Region. The District Commander, ASP Jackson Kportufe affirmed the capture. "At the point when the watch group got to the scene, the crowd had captured somebody in association with the occurrence.
The Member of Parliament for Bawku Constituency, Honorable Mahama Ayariga has set records straight that the minority caucus in Parliament will win their E-levy case in the supreme court. Speaking on Newsfile show on Joy News this morning, Mahama Ayariga made it clear that it will be difficult for the supreme court to deny them their victory over the E-levy case.
Civil wars or Conflict often have significant security implications. Meanwhile, peace is a citadel of productivity while several adages and happenings proves without peace there is little or no progress. From Sierra Leone to Tajikistan and Indonesia’s Aceh Province, civil war has erupted in countries suffering from persistent poverty or sharp economic decline.
There are consequences for everything , whether good or bad . A man aged 35 allegedly dragged and raped a girl of 8 years. Little did he know that he was going to pay with his life for the offence .The offence reportedly took place on the 1st of April and he fled afterwards .
Four persons are shot dead and five suspects were arrested in the Bawku clash today Tuesday 10th May 2022. Bawku District police commander, Superintendent Simon Peter Akabati, who disclosed this to city news said there was shooting all over and a house was attacked and three Persons were killed around 8:30 pm to 9:00 pm.
A native of Bawku, resident at Zobiisi, a suburb of Bolgatanga, the Upper East Regional Capital, reported to be a key supplier of firearms and ammunition to combatants in the protracted Bawku conflict has been captured by the police. Clifford Dinka was seized on the Tamale-Bolgatanga Highway right in the middle of selling a firearm to a customer.
This war started in 1999 and ended in 2003 many people lost their lives in this war, about 356 people's lost their lifes in this war innocent people too lost their lifes and people who are not part of this war also lost their lifes they were burning homes, Motobikes and so many other things
Three soldiers have been hurt in a firefight with residents of Barbari-Buabula, a suburb of Bawku, as the security crisis of the troubled town enters a more dangerous phase. One person was killed and two others (all of them civilians suffered gunshot wounds) in the incident.
The recent conflicts in Bawku seems to be affecting the livelihood of people in the community, especially the youth. Some residents in the community seems not to be helping the military in resolving this issue. This is because the identity of shooters and that of attackers are not revealed to the security personnel’s by the people.
The latest news coming from Parliament reveals that, two of the Minsters from the Nana Addo's government, have been summoned by parliament. The Ministers; Mr. Albert Kan Dapaah (Minister for National Security), Mr. Dominic Aduna Bingab Nitiwul (Minister for Defense), and Mr. Ambrose Dery (Minister for Interior), have been summoned by the First Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Joseph Osei Owusu, to appear before the House, as a matter of urgency, over the recent security situation in Bawku in the Upper East Region.
Amadu Hamza, the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Bawku, has made a desperate call to the National Security to act robustly and decisively to stop the dangerous security situation from spiraling out of control. He has cast the situation as extremely scary with people brazenly displaying guns and ammo.
Photo Credit: modernghana.com You may have heard of the Bawku conflict when growing up. The lives that were lost in the past, the burning and destruction of properties, and significant destruction of personal relationships amongst groups. This is happening all over again. It has been revealed that, the current situation in Bawku is not just about Chieftancy, it has gone beyond Chieftaincy dispute.
More boots are being put in Bawku as the government moves to stop the senseless shootings that have sent terrified residents fleeing in droves from the area to save their lives. Ambrose Dery, the Interior Minister, has vowed to bring a closure to the insecurity. They are going to robustly and decisively deal with the situation.
Five civilians have been arrested following a gun war with the military in the Upper East Region on Wednesday sunrise, leading to the dying of two civilians and injuring three military officers. The 5 are currently in police custody helping with investigations, even as the injured army officers have up to now been airlifted to the 37 Military Hospital for remedy.
Vice Admiral Seth Amoama, the Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), is urging the feuding factions in the Bawku conflict, to lay down their arms. They should give the peace a chance. He made the call when he visited two soldiers airlifted to the 37 Military Hospital in Accra after they got injured in a firefight with some armed residents of Bawku.