The Saboba District is one of the 26 districts in the Northern Region. The district was carved out of the then East Dagomba District In 1988, in pursuance of the Government’s Decentralisation and Local Government Reform policy, with Saboba as the district Administrative capital. It is located on the north-eastern corner of the Northern Region. The district is bounded by Chereponi District to the north, Tatale District to the south, Yendi Municipal and Gushiegu to the west. On the east, is the River Oti, which serves as the international boundary between Ghana and the Republic of Togo.
A Deputy Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, Mr. Nii Lantey Vanderpuye has paid a working visit to Saboba district as part of efforts to whip up public enthusiasm towards the National Sanitation Day, which comes off tomorrow, 7th February 2015.
World Vision Ghana (WVG), an international NGO, has presented medical supplies worth GH 63,709 to Saboba District Health Management Team (DHMT) as part of activities marking this years World Malaria Day.