Four people are said to have been injured in a recent clash between the Dorungo and Sokabisi communities in the Upper East Region.
A house was burned down Thursday afternoon when the clash ensued among indigenes of the two communities.
According to the assembly man of the Dorungo community, Maxwell Adongo where a house was set ablaze alleges they were attacked on their land by persons from Sokabisi, a town close by.
Mr Adongo also explained to Joy FM's correspondent Albert Sore a the incident occurred as a result of a dispute over a piece of land the two communities are claiming ownership of.
Albert Sore reported that personnel from the fire service were on the ground to put out the fire.
Meanwhile police there say the 4 injured are currently receiving treatment at a hospital.
Upper East Regional Police Commander DCOP Bright Oduro earlier toldJoy FM there have been no deaths and or arrests.
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