In the Ashanti Region, one person was killed and two others were injured in a conflict between the youth of Pankrono and Adabraka Zongo.
The clash is a retaliation for an event that resulted in the death of one individual.
Since the death of one of their comrades in a community football competition two years ago, there has been simmering hostility between the teenagers in both communities.
On Wednesday, October 18, following another competition, one individual was allegedly stabbed to death in what is considered to be retaliation.
Owusu Banahene, 27, died at the hospital after being discovered sleeping near a public toilet in the region.
On Thursday, October 19, Pankrono youth tried retaliation for the purported death of a citizen named Bernard Owusu by Adabraka Zongo youth.
Prior to the arrival of the police, two persons were injured.
Mathew Donkor, the deceased’s father, voiced concern about the escalating hostility between the two populations.
In an interview with Joy News, he asked for a curfew to be imposed in the region.
Assembly member for the region, Ernest Owusu, has informed the Tafo Municipal Assembly that the case will be investigated by the police.
Meanwhile, the police have arrested two persons in connection with Banahene’s death.