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HOLD SAVANNAH REGION TIGHT AND WORK HARD FOR DEVELOPMENT – PRESIDENT SAYS

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President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has advised chiefs and people of the newly created Savannah Region to hold the region tight and with love to work harder for its development to eliminate poverty.

He said: “Now that you have your own region, hold it tight, work hard and develop it for the teeming youth to get employed as it is the surest way of eliminating poverty and other hardships for the benefit of all”.

He gave the advice at the Wasipewura’s Palace when he paid a courtesy call on the Paramount Chief of the Wasipe Traditional Area in the North Gonja District of the Savanna Region.

The visit was part of his tour of the six newly created regions, which seeks to establish a foundation for development in the regions.

The President commended the people for the good example showed in obedience to the rule of law from the submission of the petition through to the referendum and the creation of the region and assured that whatever it takes for the presidency to provide for the needed development would never elude the people.

He said he would continue to monitor activities of the region to ensure that the needed development took place to justify its creation.

The Gbenapewura sung-Bore I, a speaking on behalf of the Wasepewura, expressed confidence that the creation of the region would translate into accelerated development saying, “We are confident because we have a vibrant human resource base, abundant natural resources such as land and water, minerals, fossil fuel resources and above all a united front for a common purpose for a peaceful and hospitable environment “.

The Wasipewura used the opportunity to invite prospective investors to relocate to the area to venture into agriculture by taking advantage of the excess land in the area.

He mentioned some challenges in the district, which included lack of district hospital, lack of tertiary institution, and absence of a bridge over the White Volta Lake and poor road network.

He also appealed for a smock weaving centre and the upgrading of the military training camp at Tidrope into a barracks.

Mr Kwasi Amoako Atta, the Minister of Roads and Highways assured the people that work on the construction of a bridge over the White Volta Lake would commence before the end of the year.

He said plans were far advanced to continue the construction of the 56km road from Busunu to Daboya and the 70km road from Daboya to Mankarigu to facilitate movement and expressed the hope that the region would see an unprecedented development on roads.

The President also visited the Sawla-Tuna-Kalba district where he addressed a durbar of chiefs and students at the Sawla Senior High school.

He encouraged the students to work hard, follow their ambition, hold on to their aspirations and be steadfast to help them realize their dreams.

He later inspected an ongoing new hospital building project at Sawla.

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Ghanaians have misconceptions about Shatta wale-Sammy flex

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In a candid interview with Emcee Bebe on Ultimate 106.9FM’s “Entertainment Records” show on Saturday, February 10, 2024, Sammy Flex debunked common misconceptions about working with Shatta Wale. The headline reads, “Sammy Flex Reveals: Shatta Wale is not Difficult to Work With.”

During the interview, Sammy Flex addressed the prevalent belief that collaborating with Shatta Wale might be challenging. Contrary to these assumptions, he stated, “Shatta Wale is not difficult to work with, as many think.” Flex shed light on the collaborative dynamics, emphasizing the importance of understanding and aligning with Shatta Wale’s creative vision.

As the conversation unfolded, Sammy Flex shared his ambitious vision for the future, revealing, “My vision is to let Shatta Wale’s music reach every household in the world.” This statement underlined his dedication to expanding the global reach of Shatta Wale’s musical influence.

The revelation provides a new perspective on the working relationship with Shatta Wale, challenging preconceived notions. Sammy Flex’s commitment to bringing Shatta Wale’s music to a global audience signals a significant aspiration within the entertainment industry, capturing the attention of fans and industry insiders alike

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There’s no vocalist better than me in the history of Ghana music- Shasha Marley brags

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In an exclusive interview with Emcee Bebe on Ultimate 106.9FM’s Entertainment Records show on Saturday, February 10, 2024, reggae artist Shasha Marley boldly proclaimed himself as the all-time best vocalist in the history of Ghanaian music.

The statement came as he discussed the remarkable vocal quality showcased in his latest single, “Spintex Road Traffic Jam.”

During the interview, Shasha Marley expressed confidence in his vocal abilities, attributing his self-proclaimed title to years of dedication and musical craftsmanship.

Emphasizing the uniqueness of his voice, he stated that “Spintex Road Traffic Jam” serves as a testament to his unparalleled vocal prowess and versatility.

The artist’s claim has sparked discussions among music enthusiasts, with some supporting his assertion and others engaging in debates about the rich history of vocalists in Ghanaian music.

As the news of Shasha Marley’s bold declaration continues to circulate, fans eagerly anticipate the response from fellow artists and the broader music community.

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