Information gathered by TV3 shows that the clash began after a pig was shot and killed by a farmer after it strayed into his farm and destroyed produce on the farm. Yendi Divisional Police Crime Officer Happy Michael Addai confirmed to TV3 Midday News, Thursday, that one person has died from the clash. The police identified the deceased as Adam Alhassan who is a 50-year old Chief Imam in one of the villages within the Yendi Municipality. Narrating what led to the incident, the Yendi Divisional Crime Officer said a farmer who was angered by a pig destroying his yields shot the pig dead and this did not go down well with the owner of the pig. He also confirmed that some houses in three settlements and a motorbike were burnt down in the clash.
Source: GhanaWeb November 08, 2018 15:17 UTC