The Savannah Regional Minister, Hon. Saeed Muazu Jibril, has indicated that the Bamboi- Sawla which has deteriorated will commence in the year 2023.
He said SCI consultium in Cote de voire, and the road minister has signed a memorandum of understanding to begin the construction of an asphalted road between Sawla and Bamboi.
He said that will later include Sawla- Fulfulso and that the Wa- Sawla road is currently under a visibility studies.
He said on education he has directed that 60% of the of their entire budget should be invested in educational infrastructure .
He said the decision is as a result of the current challenges facing education in the region for that matter the Sawla-Tuna- Kalba District.
He said four Districts in Savannah region will benefit from a $150m project for poverty eradication of which Bole and Sawla District are part.
He said Bole had experienced some strange deaths which he said amounted to some more policing in the area to curb those acts including armed robbery.
According to the Minister , there will be a permanent military base in Sawla to check border control and has also move the air force operating base in Damongo to Chache.
Hon. Chiwitey Andrew Dari, MP for Sawla- Tuna-Kalba constituency called for peaceful coexistance among other spoken languages in the area.
He express his gratitude to the Vagla Youth for choosing Sawla as the host of the Congress.
According to him people should be proud of their tribal identity and teach their children their dialect.
He said we belong a particular tribe because God know we will best fit in those tribes.
The MP called on the Minister to consider providing soma and Sanyeri communities electricity.
He narrated how he and the MP for Bole-Bamboi called ministers to Parliament to answer questions concerning matters of development in their constituencies.
He asked that DCEs should collaborate with MPs to foster development in our Districts.
He called on Hon Barkisu Lonsina to assist write to the Deputy Minister of education to revamp the sawla Vocational Institute .
Speaking on behalf of the Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, the NPP Regional Secretary, Mr Mohammed Issah, said the minister apologized for not able to make it to the durbar.
According to him we can only grow in this part of the region if we are fair to one another in our dealings.
He said it is the vision of the President that every tribe is developed that led to creation of the region.
Mr Issah maintained that every tribe in the region deserves to feel the taste of the national cake of development.