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About Michael
Michael Sarpong Mfum is an award-winning journalist based in Sunyani, Ghana, with over a decade of experience in the news media industry. His expertise spans analyzing, editing, and interpreting stories and articles, as well as arranging on-air and TV interviews. Mfum is known for his insightful columns and editorials, and he has a reputation for producing fair and objective reporting. His work often explores the intersection of technology and healthcare in Africa, with a particular emphasis on how innovative solutions, such as drone technology employed by companies like Zipline, are revolutionizing medical supply chains and access to medicines in remote areas.

Mfum's journalism career is marked by his adeptness in both TV and radio presentations, where he utilizes advanced technologies to capture and broadcast live events. His reporting has significantly contributed to the discourse on universal healthcare coverage in African nations, shedding light on the transformative effects of such technologies in countries like Rwanda, Uganda, Guinea, Nigeria, and Kenya. 

With a broad knowledge of current headlines and a proficiency in computer technology, Mfum excels in engaging his audience through active listening and compelling storytelling. His dedication to his craft is evident in his meticulous publishing of articles and newscasts, which have established him as a respected voice in media circles, particularly within the realms of technology and healthcare journalism in Africa.
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Omanhene of Sunyani Nana Bosoma Asor Nkrawiri II dies

04 Apr 2024  |  citinewsroom.com
Nana Bosoma Asor Nkrawiri II, the Omanhene of the Sunyani Traditional Area in the Bono Region of Ghana, has passed away. His death was announced by Nana Kwasi Apraku, the Apomasu Priest of Atronie, at the Palace of the Sunyani Traditional Council. The community is mourning the loss of their chief, who was instrumental in preserving traditions and guiding the community since his enstoolment on March 17, 1980, succeeding Nana Kwaku Yeboah. Born on May 31, 1946, Nana Bosoma Asor Nkrawiri II's legacy will be honored by his subjects.

Let integrity and ethics be your guiding principles – Bono Regional Minister to graduates

01 Dec 2023  |  Citinewsroom - Comprehensive News in Ghana
The Bono Regional Minister, Justina Owusu-Banahene, urged graduates to uphold integrity and ethics as they enter the job market, emphasizing the importance of collaboration and excellence. Speaking at the University of Energy and Natural Resources' 8th Congregation, she highlighted the role of STEAM education in societal advancement. Vice-Chancellor Prof. Elvis Asare-Bediako reiterated the university's dedication to training students for pivotal roles in energy and natural resources management, noting successful collaborations with institutions like Jiangsu University and the establishment of significant projects such as the Carbon Flux Monitoring Tower in the Ahafo Region.

Ghana Struggles to Manage Exodus of Nurses Leaving for Jobs Abroad

13 Nov 2023  |  allAfrica.com
Nearly 4,000 nurses have left Ghana for better-paid jobs in Europe and the US over the past year, exacerbating shortages of medical staff and placing increasing strain on those who remain. The Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association reported that around 10,209 nurses sought clearance to leave the country between January and July 2023. The departure of experienced nurses is creating difficulties for those who remain and for newly qualified nurses who lack mentors. Financial incentives abroad are a significant factor driving this exodus. The Ghanaian Health Ministry is working with other governmental bodies to address the issue through local and international frameworks and migration policies.

Ghana struggles to manage exodus of nurses leaving for jobs abroad

12 Nov 2023  |  www.rfi.fr
Ghana is facing a significant challenge managing the departure of nurses seeking employment abroad. Between January and July 2023, over 10,000 nurses applied for clearance to leave, with around 4,000 already having left for overseas positions. This exodus, driven by poor local salaries and better financial incentives abroad, is affecting the quality of care and mentorship for new nurses in Ghana. The loss of experienced nurses is particularly felt in critical care units and rural areas, potentially hindering progress towards health-related UN Sustainable Development Goals. The Ghanaian Health Minister is working on strategies to address these issues through local and international frameworks and bilateral agreements.

Bono Region: Fire Service inaugurates task force to ensure certification of businesses

01 Nov 2023  |  Citinewsroom - Comprehensive News in Ghana
The Bono Regional Directorate of the Ghana National Fire Service has launched a task force to enforce business compliance with fire certification regulations. This initiative aims to reduce fire outbreaks in public places and ensure businesses adhere to safety measures. Since January 2023, the region has recorded 181 fire cases. Deputy Commander Peter Tetteh emphasized the task force's role in inspecting, educating, and ensuring compliance with fire safety laws.

Dambai market, shops, houses submerged by River Oti

01 Nov 2023  |  Citinewsroom - Comprehensive News in Ghana
Parts of the Dambai Market and other properties in the Oti Region have been submerged by the River Oti after it broke its banks, affecting over 700 people and submerging several hectares of farmlands. The Krachi East Municipal Director of NADMO, Jacob Dasievor, reported that 115 households and 71 houses are affected, with 50 acres of farmlands mainly growing cassava and groundnut also impacted. The government has provided some aid, but more support is needed from the government, NGOs, and benevolent organizations as people are suffering and some are sleeping in churches.

Subsistence farmer finds a way to get back her rain

06 Sep 2023  |  the-star.co.ke
In Bono East, Ghana, subsistence farmer Faustina Amponsah combats the effects of climate change on her agricultural activities by partnering with EcoCare Ghana to plant tree seedlings, aiming to restore rainfall patterns and improve farming. The region, once fertile, now suffers from irregular rainfall due to illegal logging and climate change, leading to reduced crop yields. EcoCare Ghana's Landscapes and Environmental Agility Across the Nation Programme, funded by the EU, provides free seedlings and training in alternative livelihoods like snail rearing, beekeeping, and livestock rearing. Other farmers in the community, such as Peprah Gyau and Kwabena Afena, also face similar challenges and are adopting tree planting and alternative livelihoods. The Ghanaian government supports these efforts with the Green Ghana project, distributing over 10 million seedlings annually. EcoCare Ghana's project officer Enock Okyere emphasizes the importance of smart agriculture and alternative income channels for farmers affected by climate change.

The forester on a quest to end superstition about Ghana's threatened owls

06 Aug 2023  |  www.modernghana.com
Kwabena Poku Bosompim, the regional director of the Forestry Commission in the Ahafo region of Ghana, is dedicated to protecting owls from superstition-driven harm. He educates the public on the ecological importance of owls, which are often killed due to associations with witchcraft and bad luck. With 17 species of owls in Ghana, many face extinction. Bosompim creates educational videos on his YouTube channel, Bosompixel, to foster understanding and change attitudes. Lydia Basiebon, a local resident, attests to the effectiveness of his efforts, having changed her own beliefs about owls.

More Organizations In The Bono Region of Ghana are Embracing Solar Energy As a way of fighting climate change.

SDA Hospital In Sunyani Reaches To People Living With Cataracts In Rural Communities In Bono Region of Ghana.

Dormaahene calls for end to prosecution of Gyakye Quayson

01 Jul 2023  |  Citinewsroom - Comprehensive News in Ghana
Oseadeoyo Agyeman Badu II, the Omanhene of the Dormaa Traditional Area and President of the Bono Regional House of Chiefs, has called on President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to urge the Attorney General to end the prosecution of James Gyakye Quayson, the re-elected MP for Assin North. He made this appeal during the John Evans Atta Mills 10th Anniversary Commemorative lecture, arguing that the trial does not benefit Ghanaians and hinders Quayson's ability to fulfill his mandate.

EcoCare Ghana trains LEAN beneficiary farmers in alternative livelihoods

01 Jun 2023  |  Citinewsroom - Comprehensive News in Ghana
Over 30 farmers in the Ashanti Region of Ghana received training in alternative livelihoods such as snail rearing, beekeeping, small ruminant rearing, and mushroom growing through the LEAN project funded by the European Union. The project, implemented by EcoCare Ghana and others, aims to conserve biodiversity, build climate resilience, and reduce emissions. The training provided materials and aimed to supplement income and build resilience against climate impacts. Obed Owusu-Addai of EcoCare Ghana emphasized the training's role in income generation and climate change mitigation. The District Chief Executive, Albert Sefa Boampong, and a participant, John Mensah, praised EcoCare Ghana's efforts.

Wacam, Fund for Global Human Rights equip mining communities in Ahafo Region

18 May 2023  |  Citinewsroom - Comprehensive News in Ghana
Wacam, in collaboration with The Fund for Global Human Rights, has provided paralegal training to representatives from five communities in the Ahafo Region to empower them in their interactions with Newmont Ghana Gold Limited. The training covered fundamental human rights, legal frameworks, and the review of the Minerals and Mining Act. Key issues discussed included human rights violations in mining communities and the need for clearer definitions in the Act. Participants expressed that the knowledge gained would help them protect their properties and communities from exploitation.

Africa’s flying pharmacies: The Continent is increasingly using medical drones to deliver life-saving drugs

05 May 2023  |  Citinewsroom - Comprehensive News in Ghana
African nations are increasingly using drones to address challenges in delivering medical supplies to remote areas. In Ghana, Zipline, a drone-delivery company, has been operating since 2019, significantly improving access to medicines in rural communities. The drones have been used for emergency deliveries, reducing the time to receive drugs. Zipline has expanded its services across several regions in Ghana and has completed millions of miles of flights, delivering vaccines, blood products, and other essentials. Similar initiatives are underway in Uganda, Rwanda, Guinea, Nigeria, and Kenya, with various projects aimed at improving healthcare delivery. These efforts are contributing to the pursuit of universal healthcare coverage in Africa.

This Midwifery Tutor is Bringing Hope to Parents of Preterm Babies

01 May 2023  |  www.bellanaija.com
Theresa Bagoniah, a lecturer at Kpembe Nursing and Midwifery Training College in Ghana, has become a beacon of hope for preterm babies and their families. After experiencing the challenges of caring for her own preterm baby, she now educates preterm and expectant mothers on proper care methods. Supported by her husband, Joseph Tunnor, and commended by healthcare professionals like Victoria Agwiah, Bagoniah's efforts have positively impacted many families. Despite facing cultural stigmas, she remains determined to change misconceptions about preterm babies.

Kobeah set to pick forms to contest in NDC’s presidential primaries

22 Jan 2023  |  Citinewsroom - Comprehensive News in Ghana
Ernest Kwaku Kobeah, a member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the UK and CEO of City Experts Limited Group, plans to contest in the NDC's upcoming presidential primaries. He supports the party's decision to set the filing fee at GHC500,000, viewing it as a means to raise funds for the 2024 elections. Kobeah, who is from Asante Mampong in the Ashanti Region, aims to bring youthful vigor to the party and build a new Ghana if elected. He cautions against 'moneycracy' overshadowing the party's core values. Kobeah is expected to compete with former President John Dramani Mahama and former Finance Minister Dr. Kwabena Duffour for the NDC flagbearership.

Employment promotion is the heartbeat of GIZ – Bono Regional Adviser

01 Oct 2022  |  citinewsroom.com
Joshua Ahiaba, the Bono Regional Adviser for GIZ's Migration and Employment Promotion Project, emphasized the importance of employment promotion and the organization's efforts to empower the Labour Department in Ghana. During an event in Sunyani, he highlighted GIZ's support in capacity building, infrastructure, employment promotion, and awareness against irregular migration. The Labour Commission reported high unemployment rates fueling irregular migration, while over 5000 individuals received training in various skills. The Sunyani East Municipal Chief Executive expressed intentions to collaborate on unemployment solutions.

Construction of road linking Kenyasi and Hwidiem begins

01 Sep 2022  |  Citinewsroom - Comprehensive News in Ghana
Relief is coming to Kenyasi and Hwidiem residents in the Ahafo Region with the start of an 8.2-kilometer road construction funded by Newmont Ghana at GH¢71 million. The project, executed by Kofi Job Company Limited, aims to alleviate health issues caused by dust from untarred roads. The construction, expected to be completed in 18 months, has already seen 1.2 kilometers completed. Local residents and officials, including the CEO of the Ghana Chamber of Mines, have praised the initiative.

Akufo-Addo to commission rehabilitated Sunyani Airport today

03 Aug 2022  |  citinewsroom.com
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is set to commission the rehabilitated Sunyani Airport, which has undergone extensive works since its closure in March 2015 due to runway defects. The airport, dating back to 1942 and officially opened in 1974, has been upgraded at a cost of GH¢50 million. The project, delayed by the COVID-19 outbreak, includes a new wall, runway extension, taxi links, aircraft apron, internal roads, car park, and an expanded terminal with modern equipment. The Ghana Airport Company Limited anticipates that the airport's reopening will significantly contribute to the country's income generation.

Ghana Adventist Health Services urged to deal with unprofessional personnel

01 Aug 2022  |  Citinewsroom - Comprehensive News in Ghana
The Bono Regional Minister, Justina Owusu-Banahene, has called on the Ghana Adventist Health Services (GAHS) to implement strict measures against unprofessional behavior among its personnel to enhance the health sector's quality. Speaking at the Annual General Meeting in Sunyani, she emphasized the need for discipline and quality care. Dr. James Antwi highlighted GAHS's growth to 34 health facilities, attributing success to innovation and collaboration. Nana Professor Kyem Aboagye II praised GAHS's management for their impactful decisions.

Project to gather data for forest reclamation launched in Akomadan

01 Aug 2022  |  Citinewsroom - Comprehensive News in Ghana
The Rainforest Alliance and Ecocare Ghana have launched the Jurisdictional Data Analysis Project in Akomadan, Ashanti region, with funding from the World Wildlife Fund. The project, introduced during a stakeholder meeting, aims to gather data to improve landscape management and ensure the sustainability of environmental protection efforts post the LEAN project. The LEAN project, funded by the European Union's GCCA+ initiative, addresses barriers to preventing land degradation and deforestation and is set to end soon. The new project will focus on four main pillars: ecosystem, human wellbeing, governance, and production.

GNPC cohort at UENR supports Kanturo AME Zion School

01 Aug 2022  |  Citinewsroom - Comprehensive News in Ghana
Members of the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) cohorts at the University of Energy and Natural Resources in Sunyani donated various items, including computers and school supplies, to the AME Zion Basic School in Kanturo, Sunyani West Municipality. The initiative, led by GNPC scholarship students, aims to support deprived schools in the region. The donation was well-received by the school's headmaster, Maxwell Anyagre, and the Sunyani West Municipal Education Director, Issah Baffoe, who commended the students for their generosity and called for proper maintenance of the donated items.

COSRA annual sports and culture programmes end at Fiapre

01 Aug 2022  |  citinewsroom.com
The Catholic Organisation for Social and Religious Advancement (COSRA) concluded its annual sports and culture programme at the Catholic University College of Ghana in Fiapre, Bono Region. Founded in 1969, COSRA emphasizes sports and culture as core pillars. This year's theme was 'Fratelli Tutti Through Sports and Culture,' featuring activities like soccer, volleyball, and cultural performances. National President Dr. Stephen Nabareseh highlighted the role of sports in Christianity. The event, attended by dignitaries like Most Rev. Matthew Kwasi Gyamfi and Ansu Kumi, was praised for its success in integrating sports with religious outreach.

Let's form more governance structures to curb forest depletion

01 Jul 2022  |  citinewsroom.com
Tropenbos Ghana's Project Manager, Daniel Kofi Abu, has called for the creation of additional governance structures to address forest depletion and climate challenges in Ghana. A new 'Landscape Management Board' was inaugurated in Nkoranza to conserve biodiversity, build climate resilience, and reduce emissions from land-use changes, with funding from the European Union. Deputy Forestry Manager Hannah Marrie praised the initiative and highlighted the government's Green Ghana project's efforts to combat desertification, despite challenges from herdsmen and chainsaw operators. The new board is expected to improve agriculture and the livelihoods of smallholder farmers in the transitional landscape.

Newmont Ghana, German Development Cooperation to train 30 dressmakers in Ahafo Region

01 Jun 2022  |  citinewsroom.com
Thirty women dressmakers from the Ahafo Region in Ghana will undergo a six-month training program under the Women Economic Resiliency Programme by Pyxera Global, funded by Newmont Ghana and the German Development Cooperation. The $420,000 project aims to enhance technical and business management skills, expand customer bases, and create about 300 jobs in Newmont's host communities. The first group of beneficiaries from five communities will receive training at a refurbished center in Susuanso.

Bono Region: Residents demonstrate over deplorable New Dormaa, Kotokrom road

01 Jun 2022  |  citinewsroom.com
Residents and drivers from New Dormaa, Yawihiman, and Kotokrom in the Sunyani East Municipality of the Bono Region have protested the poor condition of their local road. This follows a history of demonstrations, with a similar event occurring in 2019. The contractor, Samens Construction Limited, has not been active on the site since November 2021, prompting public appeals to the government to address the road's issues, which include dust, accidents, and vehicle damage.

NIC boss calls for effective collaboration with police to sanitise motor insurance sector

01 Jun 2022  |  Citinewsroom - Comprehensive News in Ghana
Dr. Justice Yaw Ofori, Commissioner of the National Insurance Commission (NIC), calls for ongoing collaboration with the Ghana Police Service to reduce fake motor insurance and ensure the sector's integrity. During a visit to the Bono Regional Police Command, Dr. Ofori donated reflectors and body bags, emphasizing the importance of police support in the insurance market. The NIC, established by the Insurance Act, 2021, supervises numerous insurance entities and aims to create a stable, competitive insurance market in Ghana. DCOP Mr. Joseph Gyamera Oklu received the donations on behalf of the command.

Frederick Opare Ansah optimistic of victory in NPP General Secretary race

01 Jun 2022  |  Citinewsroom - Comprehensive News in Ghana
Frederick Opare Ansah, a former Member of Parliament for Suhum Constituency, is optimistic about his chances of becoming the next General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP). During his campaign tour in the Bono Region, he emphasized his ability to motivate the party's base and address internal issues. Ansah also conducted a fact-finding mission to understand why the party lost five parliamentary seats in the 2020 elections, aiming to use this information to strengthen the party ahead of the 2024 elections.

Stakeholders call for review of ADR law to include petty offences

01 May 2022  |  Citinewsroom - Comprehensive News in Ghana
Stakeholders, including Mina Mensah from the Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative Africa Office, are advocating for the review of Ghana's Alternative Dispute Resolution Act and Legal Aid Commission Act to include petty offences. This reform aims to reduce prison congestion by resolving minor cases outside the court system. The call for review was supported by various personnel from the Ghana Police and Prison Services, CHRAJ, Department of Social Welfare, Legal Aid, Traditional Leaders, and Civil Society Organisations. Key suggestions include incorporating ADR into police training and empowering chiefs to handle civil cases locally.

Collaboration among security agencies necessary to counter attacks – Immigration Commander

01 Feb 2022  |  Citinewsroom - Comprehensive News in Ghana
DCI Eric Afari, the Bono Regional Commander of the Ghana Immigration Service, emphasized the need for effective collaboration among security agencies in West Africa to counter terrorist attacks. He made this call during the annual Thanksgiving Service in Sunyani, which also honored fallen personnel from 2021. The event was attended by various security officials, and Samuel Gyamena, representing the Bono Regional Minister, assured continued government support for security agencies. Rev. Sam Foster Kwakye delivered a sermon encouraging personnel to be thankful and diligent.

Stop settling child abuses cases – Chief Justice tells chiefs, opinion leaders

01 Dec 2021  |  Citinewsroom - Comprehensive News in Ghana
Chief Justice Kwasi Anin-Yeboah urged traditional rulers and community leaders to refrain from settling child abuse cases, emphasizing the need for judicial adjudication to deter future incidents. He highlighted the inauguration of two Child-Friendly Gender-Based Violence Courts in Goaso and Bibiani, sponsored by UNICEF and the Denmark Government, equipped with modern technology to ensure accurate evidence and fair judgments. Justice Anin-Yeboah stressed the importance of child welfare in national development and commended UNICEF for their support. He also called for routine maintenance of the new facilities. Ms. Hilda Mensah from UNICEF emphasized the need to improve evidence quality for survivors and advised communities to educate children on preventing sexual violence. Nana Akwasi Bosomprah of the Goaso Traditional Council urged the court to perform its duties impartially and cautioned against child violence.

Ghanaians urged to support security agencies to combat violent extremism

01 Dec 2021  |  Citinewsroom - Comprehensive News in Ghana
Mamaa Afari-Gyan of the Bono Regional Peace Council urges Ghanaians, especially those in border communities, to report suspicious individuals to security agencies to combat violent extremism. Speaking at a peace-building event in Sunyani, she emphasized the global threat of violent extremism and the need for vigilance. The event, supported by the Commonwealth Secretariat, included discussions on conflict management and early warning systems. Amy Longland from the Commonwealth Secretariat highlighted the importance of research and community resilience. The program was well-received by participants, including Hajia Memuna Mohammed from the Federation of Muslim Women Association of Ghana.

Switching to electrical engines will reduce carbon emissions in Ghana – German engineer

01 Oct 2021  |  Citinewsroom - Comprehensive News in Ghana
Prof. Dr. Ing. Semih Severengiz from Bochum University of Applied Sciences advocates for a switch from combustion engines to electrical engines to reduce carbon emissions. During a virtual stakeholders workshop, he emphasized the role of researchers and stakeholders in this transition. The MoNaL project, funded by the German Ministry of Environmental and Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, is testing E-cargo bikes and E-scooters in Ghana. The project aims to foster collaboration between Ghanaian and German stakeholders and create job opportunities. Frederick Adjei highlighted the need for new mobility innovations in Ghana, while Oliver Boachie noted the Ghanaian government's support for e-mobility initiatives.

Ahafo: Pupils in Bomaa admonished to utilise revamped ICT lab

01 Oct 2021  |  Citinewsroom - Comprehensive News in Ghana
Mr. Japhet Arjiku, Executive Director of Helping African Foundation, urged the community of Bomaa in the Ahafo Region to utilize a newly revamped ICT lab to enhance ICT skills. The lab, part of the foundation's 16 projects under the 'Yamoransa Model' program, aims to boost ICT education in rural areas. The facility includes new computers, furniture, and additional amenities. The Ahafo Regional Education Director, Ms. Lucy Ama Ankrah, and Ex-Asantefohene, Nana Kofi Anane Amponsah, praised the initiative, highlighting its potential to improve ICT education. Mr. Arjiku also called for government partnership and increased funding for similar projects.

Bono Region: Health officials issue alert over outbreak of Swine fever

01 Sep 2021  |  Citinewsroom - Comprehensive News in Ghana
Health officials in the Bono Region have reported an outbreak of African swine fever, resulting in the death of 200 pigs. The Veterinary Services Department, led by Dr. Donald Joachim Darko, is intensifying monitoring and education efforts to prevent the spread of the disease. A stakeholder meeting has been called to discuss preventive measures. Previous outbreaks were noted in Nsaki and Kpone Katamanso Municipality. The disease, which is highly contagious among swine but not a threat to human health, is more common in sub-Saharan Africa.

Sunyani West: Fire destroys hostel at Don BOSCO vocational and technical school

27 Jul 2021  |  Citinewsroom - Comprehensive News in Ghana
A fire destroyed a hostel at Don Bosco Vocational and Technical School in Sunyani West, Bono Region, on July 27, 2021. The blaze consumed books and personal items of 22 final-year students and the Vice Principal. The Ghana National Fire Service responded promptly and is investigating the cause of the fire.

Bono: Several communities in Sunyani West cut off from capital after downpour

01 Jul 2021  |  Citinewsroom - Comprehensive News in Ghana
Several communities in the Sunyani West Municipality of the Bono Region are cut off from the capital, Odumasi, due to flooding caused by a recent downpour. Residents attribute the flooding to an abandoned road project. Affected areas include Addoe, Tainso, Abisu, Kwamekrakrom, and Ntrikrom. Sulemana Issahaku, Assembly Member for Addoe Electoral Area, expressed concerns about the impact. Christian Wutsikah from the National Disaster Management Organisation assured that steps are being taken to address the issue, including collaboration with the Municipal Assembly and the contractor.
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