swefi wiawso news
The Traditional Rulers of the Swefi Wiawso Traditional Council have warned all LGBTQI Members to hide themselves within the various Communities in the Region or better still disappear The Traditional Council of Swefi Wiawso is calling on all members of the LGBTQI to hide or better still evacuate from the Region
Marcus Goodman lament his experience of growing up in Swefi Born and bred in the Western North Region, Marcus Goodman a Revenue Officer and the act. Accountant for Community Water and Sanitation Agency (Asempaneye). Marcus started schooling in Boako a community in the Swefi Wiawso municipality and rose through the ranks to complete Swefi Wiawso Senior Secondary School in 2006. Disclosing his story, Marcus said it takes the grace of God, hardwork and determination for a child to even complete a Junior high school
The Western North Regional update on the Coronavirus The outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic has been a major setback to the country, spreading throughout the corridors of the nation. As a result the Western North Region cannot be an exemption from the virus following it outbreak within the country. The Region total cases stand at seven hundred and eleven (711) since the pandemic outbreak, however cases recorded in the year 2021 is 46; which includes 34 active cases and an overall of 9 death in the process.