There was this school of thought that the General Secretary elect will be biased toward Alan Kyeremanten the same way John Boadu would have been biased toward Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia. Factually also, the majority of the votes of Justin Frimpong Kodua were from the delegates in the Ashanti region and also there were some expectations that JFK will be lenient towards some aspirants from that region.
Tung-Teiya Dramani with the stage name Teiya is the Northern Region Representative of this year's Ghana Most Beautiful pageant. Ghana's Most Beautiful is a beauty pageantry which is organized every year by TV3 with the aim of redefining beauty and elegance to promote national development and unity.
Many Ghanaian celebrities have siblings and here are siblings of some female Ghanaian celebrities. 1. Nadia Buari Nadia Buari (born November 21, 1982 is a Ghanaian actress. She has played a very essential role in the movie industry. Here is a picture of Nadia Buari and her sister.
Primary school teachers in Ghana are set to recieve their long awaited TM1 laptops following a release schedule made available. As revealed earlier by Prof Opoku Amankwa, the Director General of Ghana Education Service, the laptops distribution is set to end latest by the end of September.
A tricycle driver believed to be in his 20s escaped as he was nearly slaughtered by his victim on Thursday night. According to the victim, the incident happened at Gumo, a village under the Kumbungu District of the Northern Region. He narrated that, he was hired by his victim to send him and a lady to a nearby Village at around 11pm.
A radio presenter in the Northern Region Capital of Tamale is in trouble as he has been sued by a lady for defamation at a Court in Tamale. The radio presenter, Halik Musah is accused of using his Facebook Live show to make derogatory comments about the complainant in the case.
People living in the Temale metropolis would have to experience water shortage, this information was let known by the management of Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL) Why the water shortage? The Nawuni Water Treatment Plant in the Northern Region will temporary shutdown as a way to protect GWCL installations due to the high water levels from the spillage of the Bagre Dam.
Ghana's Most Beautiful(GMB) is a flagship beauty and cultural pageantry of Tv3 - a subsidiary of Media General Ghana. Since its inception in 2007, it has consistently and successfully brought excitement and education to its viewers every Sunday evening. Tv3 unveiled the 16 pulchritudinous GMB 2022 contestants who are going to battle it all out week after week for the covetous crown.
The Karaga Constituency in the Northern Region is on course to achieve one hundred percent electricity coverage by the end of year 2022. Already, a significant number of the constituency's 196 communities have been hooked to the national grid with efforts underway to have remaining communities to be connected as soon as possible.
Leadership of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Northern Region have suspended party activities to mourn with their political opponent the National Democratic Congress (NDC on the sudden demise of its Chairman. The NDC’s Northern Regional Chairman, Alhaji Abdulai Ibrahim Mobila passed on Tuesday at the Intensive Care Unit of the Tamale Teaching Hospital.
The Northern Region first Vice Chairman of the resistance National Democratic Congress(NDC), Alhaji Rufai Vielim, has been captured by police in Tamale. His capture is regarding an assault on the party's territorial office by some perturbed youth on Tuesday, August 23. His capture came after it was claimed that he impacted the young to assault the workplace, prompting the annihilation of party properties in the midst of shots.
The Northern Region leadership of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has expressed condolences to the bereaved family and the entire membership of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) following the death of Alhaji Ibrahim Mobila, the party's Regional Chairman. The NPP recognized the late NDC leader, who served in various leadership positions and was the chief of Tugu-Yapalisi until his death.
President Akufo-Addo is currently touring parts of the country. He is currently in the Northern Region and yesterday granted an interview to Radio North Star’s Super Morning Show host. His visit has seen him observe certain government projects as well as commissioning some. As part of the questions that were posed to the president was the vex question of why he hasn’t reshuffled his government and when he intends to do so.
Maternity Mortality Increase In Northern Region. Most Of Which Were Found To Be Basic School Students
The alarming rate of maternal death yearly, raises a big question among a lot of Ghanaians as to what the future would behold our society in the new future to come. This situation has made many concern citizens to conclude that most of these maternal mortality is making the country to lost valuable manpower forces who might have contributed significantly to the country development.
President Nana Akufo-Addo has dismissed calls by a segment of Ghanaians and some administration specialists to reshuffle his deputies who are not following through on their commands. The president expressed none of his priests and different nominees would be terminated in light of the fact that they measured up to his assumptions.
The Energy Minister who also double as the Member of Parliament for Manhyia, Dr Matthew Opuku Prempeh has said that 2024 will be interesting. According to him, he will be very glad to see His Excellency the Vice President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, competing with John Dramani Mahama, the flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) because he sees an interesting competion.
Johnson Asiedu Nketiah, who is the General Secretary of the the largest oppostion party in Ghana which is the National Democratic Congress thinks the president of Ghana Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo is being attacked spiritually, which has left him with no idea on how to run his government.
Mohammed Baantima Samba, the Chairman of the Northern Region of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), has poked fun at the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), stating that the way the party is conducting its ongoing branch elections in the region is comparable to the war in Afghanistan.
The fight against road accident in Ghana has been a very dicey one. The number of people who have lost their lives to these road accidents which happen on our roads are more than 50 thousand. The Ghana Road Commission has put in place various measures to reduce the rate of road accidents in Ghana but it seems nothing stops it.
The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has set date for their branch elections in some regions like Western, Savannah, Northern and North East. According to General Secretary for National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mr Johnson Asiedu Nketia, he said the party has decided to spent more time and effort on their branch elections and because of that they are not going to use the same period for all the branches throughout the country.