Two people have been shot dead at Nangon, a village near Karaga in the Northern Region.

Police who confirmed the death identified the deceased persons as Ahaji Abdul Salam Hammer, a 51-year old herdsman and Abdulai Iddrisu, a 43-year old Arabic teacher, both of Fulani extraction.

Two persons suspected to be the orchestrators of a communal violence that broke out between Konkombas and Fulanis at Zabzugu in the Northern region have been arrested by police and military personnel patrolling the troubled villages.

The two whose identity have been concealed for now by the police were arrested at their homes following an intelligence gathered by the security in the ongoing investigation into the clashes.

Police in Nkwanta, in the Nkwanta South Municipality of the Volta region have intercepted three payloads of live ammunition smuggled aboard a Metro Mass Transit bus allegedly en-route to the Northern region.

Maxwell Peter who is a known cyber fraudster within the Tamale Metropolis and his colleague Nigerians who were recently arrested by a combined team of security personnel from the Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO), INTERPOL and Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) will be extradited to the USA in order to face charges filed in the Western District of Tennessee.

Barring any last minute changes, an incarcerated radio presenter in Tamale, Nuhu Abu-Hassan popularly known as DJ Maestro is expected to be released from Prison today Wednesday, March 28, 2018.

The former Drive Time Host of Tamale-based Zaa radio was in 2015 jailed by a Tamale Circuit Court Presided over His Honour Senyo Amedahe to four years in prison for defrauding by false pretences.

Grapevine sources indicate that he is likely to land a job as a presenter of one of the radio stations within the Tamale Metropolis upon his release later today though management of the station is tight-lipped over the matter.

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