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Traditional ruler elected Northern Regional representative to Council of State

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Vo-Naa Mohammed Baba Bawa, a traditional ruler was on Wednesday re-elected as the representative of Northern Region to the Council of State.

The Regional Director of the Electoral Commission Mr Sylvester Kanyi declared the chief as unopposed, polling all 52 votes.

Delivering an acceptance speech, he promised to give wise counsel, which would help improve the livelihood of people and transform the region.

He said his work as a Member of the Council of State would only be efficient and effective if all stakeholders in governance played their role.

Mr Moses Bukari Mabengba, Care Taker Minister of Northern Region appealed to Naa Bawa to make as a his priority the Savanna Accelerated Development Authority (SADA) initiative and building of roads and permanent residential accommodation for students of the University for Development Studies.

He said the three projects were crucial to reducing the socio-economic challenges including poverty and maternal deaths.

“For instance the region last two years recorded maternal death partially due to the bad nature of the road to transport mothers with complications to referral hospitals,” he said.

Source: GNA

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  1. It seems to me that he has been an assembly man before. I will appeal to him to use his experiences to accelerate the government,s decentralisation process in the Northern Region.He should make the vitalisation of the Assemblies his priority project.