A journalist with Matambo Radio, Osman Nuhu, reports there is uneasy calm at Bimbilla in the wake of the intensified Police-Military patrol there.

Most shops he reports are still closed bringing business activities to a halt.

The incident has compelled government to review a curfew imposed from 8 pm to 6 am to 4 pm to 6 am with heavy a security force made up of 130 police officers and 40 military personnel have been deployed to maintain peace.

Meanwhile, Mr Dery has advised individuals aggrieved with the chieftaincy issue to follow laid down due process to seek justice.

The Lawra-Nandom Member of Parliament (MP) suggested they could use the Regional House of Chiefs, National House of Chiefs or the supreme court where applicable.

The Minister said the Regent is under police and military protection, adding the prosecution of those found liable would be determined by the outcome of the ongoing investigation.