At least four people have reportedly been shot in a clash between supporters of the New Patriotic Party and the National Democratic Congress in Ejura, in the Ashanti Region.
The fights are allegedly over the school feeding program and reports indicate the major roads in the town have been blocked by the feuding groups.
The conflict started when some incensed NPP supporters thronged to a number of public schools in the town, demanding that the caterers employed in the school feeding program stop feeding the pupils, and their contracts cancelled so they (NPP supporters) can take over.
This clash follows a series of takeovers happening across the country by NPP supporters after Nana Akufo-Addo's inauguration last Saturday.
The Chairman of the National Peace Council has called on the president to call the suspected members of his party engaged in these hostile takeovers of state facilities to order.
Rev. Asante said that the law bodies and the government must work quickly to clapdown on these acts of lawlessness before they get out of hand.
"The Police must act, the government must act, I know that right at the moment they [government] are saddled by all sorts of responsibilities but these are the very things that can cause diversion so the sooner we nib it in the bud the better," the Rev said.
Meanwhile, the persons injured in the Ejura clashes are currently receiving treatment at the Ejura Government Hospital.