satellite homes were burnt in the clash[/caption] A six-to-six curfew has been imposed on residents of Nakpachie and its surrounding villages in the Yendi municipality after a violent clash over a pig led to the death of one person Thursday. Residents have also been banned from carrying arms, ammunition or any offensive weapon, the decision by the Interior Minister which was based on the advice of the Northern Regional Coordinating Council announced. According to police report, the clash began after a farmer shot a pig dead for destroying his farm produce. This did not go down well with the owner of the pig, leading to a confrontation between the two. The disagreement later escalated to friends and allies of the two who clashed and in the process, a 50-year of Chief Imam within the community was shot.