REGSEC cautions ‘warmongers’ pushing conflict between Dagbon & Nanun Kingdoms

The Northern Regional Minsiter, Salifu Saeed has issued a staunch warning to some unknown faces hiding behind audio recordings to plunge Dagbon and Nanun Kingdoms into over a the recent misunderstanding on ownership of lands at Jagbuni.

Mr. Salifu Saeed, who doubles as the Chairman of the Northern Security Council (REGSEC), has also condemned the unsavory comments in the said audio recording and widely circulated on social media.

The Minsiter in a statement copied said the recording seeks to impugn the integrity of some prominent Chiefs in Dagbon and Nanun, and a treat to the prevailing peace in both kingdoms.

“REGSEC condems in no uncertain terms, the unsavory utterucces made in the said recording and views it as a threat to the prevailing pcace in both Dagbon anul Nanun and also the Northern Regton as a whole.”

The statement stated.

The recent impasse, between Mion and Nanun Traditional Areas dates back to the 2000s during the John Kuffour led administration when to the lands stated.

A meeting was held last week at the Gbewaa Palace chaired by Ya-Na Abukari Mahama II, Overload of Dagbon to settle the renewed impasse new between the two traditional authorities.

However, Mr. Salifu Saeed so indicated the issue is being handled by the security agencies for further investigations.

He added the person behind the recording will be dealt with according to the law.

“REGSEC further takes the opportunity to send a strung signal to any individual or group that is engaged in any similar audio or video recording that can jeopardize the pace in Daghon and Naun or any place in the region, that Security Agenries have been alerted to deal decisively with such rerordings. Such persons will definately not be Spared.”

Mr. Salifu Saeed cautioned.

He continued “any person or group found to have engaged in any such recording will be arrested and prosecutet in accordance with the law.”

Read copy of full statement below;


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