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NADMO donates to Nayiri after Fire Disaster.

The National Disaster Management Organization(NADMO)has on Friday April 7,2017 donated relief items to the Paramount Chief of the Mamprugu Traditional Kingdom,Nayiri Mahami Sheriga Bohagu in Nalerigu.
The donation which was done by the Director General for NADMO together with the Northern regional Minister on behalf of the Akufo-Addo led government follows a fire incident that gutted the palace of the Nayiri last week destroying properties worth millions of Ghana cedis.The items included 50 bags of rice,20 mats,2 cartons of mosquito nets and repellants,10 cartons of cooking oil,5 cartons of soap and undisclosed amount of money.
Speaking to the media after handing over the items to the Nayiri,the NADMO Director,Nana Agyeman Prempeh disclosed that the President Nana Akufo-Addo was very disheartened when he heard the bizarre news and thus,directed the early presentation of the relief items to cushion the lost of the Nayiri whom he described as a friend.Adding the President has also extended his sympathy to the Overlord of the Mamprugu Traditional Kingdom.
The Northern regional Minister,Salifu Saeed on his part encouraged the subjects and wives of the Nayiri to offer him a psychological healing.He revealed that the East Mamprusi District has taken over the renovation of the palace to benefit the status of the Nayiri.He added there are plans underway to contract a new palace for the Nayiri to ensure his comfort and serve as a tourist attraction and also drive income for the state.
The Nayiri Mahami Sheriga through his spokesperson expressed his sincere gratitude to the President and government for the gesture extended to him.He noted the items will go a long way to ameliorate the burden caused by the fire.
Report by:Abubakari Sadiq Righteous
Published by:Rubai Abdul Waris

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