Tamale: GHS workers evicted from bungalows

A private developer has allegedly taken over bungalows housing staff of the Ghana Health Service in Tamale

At least 25 government bungalows and hostel facilities allocated to health workers at Tishegu, a suburb of Tamale have allegedly been sold to private developers.

The northern regional directorate of the Ghana Health Service could not tell who sold the said land to the private developers. The health workers are currently being ejected from their bungalows.

But the youth of Tishegu have given strong indication that they will resist any attempts by the Land Commission to allocate the said land to the private developers.

The youth are alleging that the commission is behind the reported sale of the properties. 

The northern regional police command has picked up one of the private developers for questioning.

According to the Northern regional police crime officer, Superintendent Bernard Baba Ananga, investigations have begun into the case.

The GHS is yet to officially comment on the matter.

Baba Kamil

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