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The north is tired of conflicts -Northern Regional Minister


The Northern Regional Minister Salifu Saeed has cautioned politicians and the leadership of the various political parties to desist from acts that indernger the peace in the region.

The minister said the region is tired of violence conflicts and that Regional Security Council (REGSEC) will not allow any selfish interest.

According to him, he has already met with the chiefs on the issue and they have assured him of their support.
Mr Saeed not even members of the governing NPP will be spare if their acts or actions will endanger the peace the region is currently enjoying. 

The minister was speaking at the Zoomlion Ghana limited second phase of disinfestation and fumigation exercise at the head quarters of the Northern Command, Eagle Mess at Nyohini.

The phase two is expected to be carried out in all army barracks in the region.

Mr Saeed commended zoomlion for their good will in partnering with the ministry of rural development and local development.

The fumigation targets insects, roders and possibly minimized the effects of virus and bacterials.

He thank the military for their support during the fight against COVID-19 pandemic.

He sounded a word caution, especially flash points areas that the mandatory state institutions would carry out their work without fear or favor.

REGSEC he said is more than ready to confront anybody with intentions to cause mayhem.

Conole General Edward Awaribey who spoke on behalf of the General Commanding Officer of Northern command brigadier general Moses Mohammed Aryee reiterated the commands readiness to protecting citizens.

He encouraged the public to follow health officials safety protocols geared preventing further spread of COVID-19.

‘As soldiers we are ready to defend the country but my advice to everybody, every Ghanaian is also to take this COVID-19 pandemic seriously and put in the needed measures such frequent washing hands and wearing of nose masks’ Conole Awaribey emphasized.

Zoomlion regional manager, Mr Dawuni Peter disclosed that the company was ready to also disinfect over 8000 basic basic schools in northern, North East and Savannah Regions.

About 96 SHS and all tertiary educational institutions in these three regions is expected to 27th  June, 2020.
The disinfection was to prepare grounds for final year students to resume to take  their exit exams.

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