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Dagomba chief of Kintampo visits Tamale Technical University DASA

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His Royal, Naa Baaki Musah, the Dagbamba Chief of Kintampo and President of council of Dagbamba chiefs in the Bono-East region has paid a courtesy call on management and members of the Dagbon Students Association at the Tamale Technical University.

The visit was aimed for the chief to familiarize himself with management and students of the educational facility.

In an engagement with the Dean of Faculty of Business and DASA Patron of the University, professor Abdul Razak and leadership of the Association, Naa Baaki reiterated his commitment and the need for Dagbon youth to make education their outmost priority.

According to him, northern region will continue to be deprived of the needed development, if the youth fail to prioritize education.

He said though poverty is one factor that curtail youth development in the north, but that shouldn’t be a panacea for the youth to opt in acquiring formal education.

On behalf of the University management, he thanked the chief and his entourage for the visit.

He hoped that the visit would help create stronger bonds of brotherhood between Naa Baaki’s palace, DASA and the Tamale Technical University.

Prof. Abdul Razak used the opportunity to shared the courses being study at the University, including a new entrepreneurship development program aimed to empower Students directly.

Chief Nurudeen lauded Naa Baaki for his endless efforts in bringing development to Kintampo and its environment, adding that, many are back to school due to the intervention of the chief.

“You’re repositioning Dagbon positively in the southern sector through your developmental agenda, you have touched so many lives in the area and still impacting, we’re proud of you may you grow from strength to strength to continue to do more.

Naa Nurudeen however appealed for a mechanized boreholes at the two Institutions to help reduce water scarcity.

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