A youth group calling itself the Vagla Youth Association in Bole is appealing to the Inspector General of Police and the Savannah Regional Security Council to beef up security in the Bole Township.

The group alleges that the township is no longer safe as it has recorded a number of criminal activities leading to the death of three people in the last two months.

Richard Forgor, the spokesperson for the Association, called for an extensive investigation into the happenings in the area and also appealed for the number of security personnel assigned to the town increased.

A statement sighted by DGN Online indicates that the King and president of the Gonja Traditional Council and president of the Northern Regional House of Chiefs, Yagbonwura Tuntumba Bore Essa I, in consultation with the elders of the Gonja kingdom, has placed a ban on the celebration of Damba festival in the Bole Traditional Area.

Many residents have been displaced following tensions between two factions which has led to the death of a young man in Daboya.

The Savannah Minister, Salifu Adam Braimah has deployed the military to the town to reduce the tension among the feuding factions.

Reports say the disagreement between the actions This is in relation to the demarcation of the North-East region.

Former President John Mahama has decried the existence of rival chiefs in a number of Gonja communities.

He indicated the phenomenon has over the years affected the peace in these communities, retarding development.

Mr. Mahama was speaking at the 43rd annual congress of the Gonjaland Youth Association in Damango.

The Yagbonwura Tutumba Boresa I, Overlord of Gonjaland Traditional Council has announced the removal of Issahaku Abdulai Kant as chief of the Bole paramountcy, sparking renewed atmosphere of uncertainty in the small busy town already under a state of emergency following chieftaincy hostilities last year.

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