Police in Damango in the Northern region have started embarking on a door to door operation to retrieve weapons from residents.
The move follows a recent chieftaincy clash in the area. There was sporadic shooting after supporters of two rival chiefs in the area clashed.
They begun shooting and pelting of stones at eachother in the area Thursday night but no deaths or injuries were recorded.
This notwithstanding, the police in the area are moving from house to house to retrieve all weapons to avert any bloodshed.
No arrests have so far been made but the police say they are leaving no stone unturned to ensure that lives and properties are not torched.
District Police Commander, ASP Opoku Agyemang Prempeh told Adom News that calm has returned to the area but the police are still on red alert for any possible clash that may erupt.
He also denied media reports suggesting that three persons were injured in the clash.
source: Ghana/Adom News