Photos have gone viral on social media which sees Cheriponi District Police Commander, Chief Supt/Mr Amankwatia helping some internally displaced children quench their thirst following a renewed clash between Konkombas and Chorkosis in the Northeast region.
The photos were shared on the official Facebook page of the Ghana Police Service and it has since gone viral.
Social media folks have showered praises on him for his kind act. Some noted that other police officers must emulate his exemplary display of virtue.
Below are full photos:
Renewed clashed between the two ethnic groups resurfaced at the weekend in the North East Region leading to the death of one person and scores injured.
The escalating tensions led to the torching of dozens of houses rendering many homeless many of whom have fled the community for fear of reprisal attacks
The chief of Wenchike, Naa Buuba, confirming the skirmishes in a starrfm.com.gh report said the Chokosi man was shot on his motorbike while returning to Togo Friday night at about 8pm, after the ceremony.
“He came and support the sister and went to one of his friend house. He is sitting on top of the motor when one Konkomba man shoot him, he fall down and they brought him to my palace”, he told StarrNews from his base in Wenchiki, one of the largest community of the jungle district where sporadic conflicts continue to slow economic and social development.
According to the chief, the clashes broke out this morning, Saturday, March 16, at a village called Kwame Nazori and have spread to Tigenga, Nanbon, And Tinanboni, where deadly exchanges were still ongoing.
He said several houses have been burnt and a male adult is believed to have been killed so far.