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Peace Restored in Kpandai After Ethnic Conflict Between Konkomba and Fulani Groups

Tranquility has been reestablished in the Kpandai area of the Northern Region after a violent confrontation members of the Konkomba community and Fulani herders.

The clash resulted in significant property damage, including the destruction of cattle and a house owned by the Fulani leader in Kpandai.

A report from Channel One TV indicates that a Konkomba individual was heading home after work when he was ambushed by suspected armed robbers attempting to steal his motorcycle.

He resisted, and the attackers inflicted multiple cutlass wounds on him.

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News of the assault reached Kpandai town, prompting some of the victim’s fellow tribesmen to retaliate by setting fire to the Fulani chief’s residence, killing his livestock, and taking the meat.

The intervention of police and military forces from Bimbilla was necessary to restore order.

The District Chief Executive for Kpandai has called for additional security measures and confirmed that the injured victim has been transferred to the Tamale Teaching Hospital for further medical care.

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