Two persons have been shot dead in the Bawku Municipality of the Upper East Region, while eight others were wounded.
The assault happened on Sunday at around 4:00 pm in Daduri, a suburb of Bawku, where a few obscure persons assaulted and took shots at certain persons occupied with CFA Franc exchanging.
Citi News sources demonstrate that the occurrence brought about the passing of two persons.
Two out of eight persons wounded in the demonstration have been moved to the Tamale showing clinic for treatment, while the excess six are getting treatment at the Bolgatanga Regional Hospital and the Bawku Presbyterian Hospital.
Instability in Bawku has been a main pressing issue since December 27, 2021, when there was gunfire in pieces of the town following endeavours to play out the last memorial service customs of around 41 Chief years prior.
The violence brought about a time limitation being put on the whole municipality and a restriction on frock wearing.
There was additionally a boycott put on male pillion riders.
Thirteen persons were consequently captured and airlifted to Accra following the violence.
The occurrence likewise brought about weighty security sending to networks inside the municipality
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