Seven babies born in Tamale on New-Year Day
Six females and one male child were born at two hospitals on New-Year day in the Tamale Metropolis. The Tamale Central Hospital, (TCH) recorded three female births and one male birth in the early hours of the New Year. According to Madam Lydia Azantia, Principal Midwifery Officer of the hospital, the male child was born at exactly 0427 hours. At the Tamale Teaching Hospital (TTH), Madam Saratu Wemah said the hospital delivered only three female children on the New Year’s Day, while at the Tamale West Hospital no births were recorded. In a related development, churches in the Metropolis held watch-night services to usher in the New Year, with thanksgiving to God for what he has done for the nation in 2010. At the Winners Chapel International, the congregation lighted candles and sang songs of praise and worship to the glory of God for making it possible for them to see the New Year. Resident Pastor Victor Hill thanked God for his providence and asked for his special blessings for the President, Vice-President and the Ministers, to give them the wisdom to administer the affairs of the nation in the best interest and welfare of the people.
Source: Ghana News Agency