The youth also burned houses belonging to herders who had lived in the KpareKpare Electoral Area for an extended period.
A reinforcement from the municipal capital escorted the migrants to the Police Divisional Headquarters to prevent further attacks.
Sources revealed that some cattle were set loose, fleeing to safer grounds without anyone's control. Residents, who had their cows with the herders, were left counting their losses.
Mr. Abdul Rahman Hallow, Deputy National Youth Leader of Tabitha Pulaaku International, a non-governmental organization, expressed concern over the recurrent attacks on herders carrying out normal activities in the area. He called on security agencies to come to their aid.
A visit to the scene by Mr. Bernard Aborkugya Mensah, Krachi East Municipal Chief Executive, Mr. Mohammed Tanko, the Divisional Police Commander, National Intelligence Bureau (NIB), and other police officers confirmed the burnt houses and carcasses of the cattle.
The incident highlights the ongoing challenges faced by nomadic herders in the region and underscores the need for coordinated efforts to address the underlying issues.