Source: starrfmonline.com - The Volta regional House of Chiefs has expressed sadness over the renewed gun attacks within the Nkonya and Alavanyo areas.
Four people have so far been shot in what looks like a revived gun attacks in the volatile traditional area. Though the police
have said the incidents are not related to the protracted land disputes in the area, the chiefs believe the gun attacks are becoming rampant.
Speaking to Starr News’ Volta regional correspondent Lambert Atsivor on the sidelines of their quarterly general meeting in Ho, Vice President of the regional House of Chiefs, Nana Soglo Alloh IV, bemoaned the shootings and urged the feuding factions to return to the mediation table.
“Mediation committees have been set up to resolve this issue, it looks like these two parties [for whatever reasons, nobody is sure who is fanning it] refuse to accept all these representations, which is very unfortunate.
“At the moment, the chiefs are powerless; the only thing we can do is mediation and continuous mediation, hoping that they will come back to their senses,” he said.
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