Pressure keeps on mounting in the midst of uncomfortable quiet at the Chereponi people group of Wenchike in the North East Region following the controversial enskinment of a new chief.
Police in the locale conveyed many outfitted security powers to the local area after the enskinment on Saturday of Abubakari Awufor as the new boss in the midst of firm resistance from individuals from the opponent Jaabu group.
Disregarding the weighty security presence, IGDailynews is learning the Jaabu group individuals have been escaping the local area in their numbers.
It isn't clear why the opponent illustrious relatives and allies are leaving the community.
Addressing the presenter, the new chief, Alhaji Abubakari Awufor said the circumstance has heightened far and wide fears of violence.
"A large number of them have fled from the area," he revealed to North East Region journalist.
However, he clarified that his outfit has expected full control of the community and will ensure peace and harmony.
On Saturday, Police in the area conveyed a joint security team of 100 armed officers to Wenchike to foil any potential attacks.
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