Zubaida Ismail is a broadcast journalist based in Tamale, Ghana. I have extensively covered the Northern Region of Ghana from conflict reporting to human right issues. I recently was in Rwanda to cover some stories on hate speeches on media platforms and how the media can plug a country to civil wars if not regulated. I do this as the lead reporter (Freelancer) for Media General and its sister platforms namely TV3, 3FM, Onua FM, Connect FM, Akoma FM, and www.3news.com I cover more social justice stories for all media platforms examples television,radio, and online.
Special report: Zubaida Ismail takes a look at how alleged witches reintegrate into their communities as she follows one, Mma Wuriche, to her community after she spent several years in a witch camp.
I visited Kigali in June and July,2019 during the celebration of the 25th Anniversary of End of Genocide and filed a survivor’s story.
This is a short documentary on Access To Healthcare by Alleged Witches in the Gambaga Witches Camp in Nalerigu is the North-East Region of Ghana. My intention is to expose the human rights abuses faced by these vulnerable women in their communities. It is also to draw the attention of policy makers to the rights of every citizen under the 1992 Constitution of Ghana and the many International Conventions and Treaties including the Sustainable Development Goals that Ghana has signed on and the blatant refusal to enforce the laws by the Law Enforcement Agencies.
Tamale, Ghana • Current Affairs • June 30 @ 12:00am
The impact of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is being felt in every facet of life. Jobs, relationships and education are all feeling the pressure from a pandemic that is ravaging every corner of the globe. In Ghana. the situation is not different. All education institutions have been closed,... Read more
Tamale, Ghana • Health & Fitness, Investigative Reporting • June 30 @ 12:00am
Ghana has conducted some sixty eight thousand, five hundred and ninety one test on samples received across the country for the novel Coronavirus since the virus was first recorded in the country in late March, the aggressive testing shot Ghana’s case count from one hundred and fifty two on March 30,... Read more
Kumasi, Ghana • Cultural • June 20 @ 12:00am
Funerals are sacred among all the major ethnic groups in Ghana with some level of reverence accosted to the dead. Most families after observing a “compulsory one week celebration” of a deceased usually schedule the final funeral rites for at least one month to allow adequate preparation for the... Read more
Tamale, Ghana • Health & Fitness • June 9 @ 12:00am
Dead bodies have begun piling up in Ghana's morgues including the Pantang Hospital, Korle-Bu Teaching, and the Okomfo Anokye Teaching Hospital morgues in the Greater Accra and Ashanti regions of Ghana. The leadership of the Mortuary Workers Association of Ghana has said dead bodies are now "made... Read more
Tamale, Ghana • Current Affairs • June 9 @ 12:00am
The Government of Ghana is from today May 23 evacuating its citizens stranded in foreign countries back to Ghana. The evacuation starts with some 245 Ghanaians who are illegally living in Kuwait. Ghana government granted a special request to the Government of Kuwait to deport these... Read more