Upper East Regional Minister Alhaji Limuna Mohammed-Muniru has revealed that some Non Governmental Organizations operating in the region are using these year’s low rainfall patterns to make money.
He said the NGOs create the impression that due to the poor rainfalls this year, there is the likelihood of famine in the region. The NGOs then appeal to their donor agencies to support the people in the region.
Alhaji Muniru was speaking at a climate change conference held at Kongo in the Nabdam District on Tuesday…VOT… Alhaji Muniru also called on citizens not to panic about possible famine in the region.
Upper East Regional Director of the Environmental Protection Agency, Zenabu Wasai-King also advised individuals who are putting up buildings and estate developers to adopt the habit of growing trees around their house to prevent the distructions often caused when there are windstorms.
From: Joshua Asaah | A1radioonline.com | Ghana