Life is gradually bouncing back at Tuobodom in the Brong Ahafo Region after the shooting incident that resulted in the death of five people and caused injury to eight others.
A walk through the town saw people going about their activities.
Stores and shops have been re-opened with trading activities going on smoothly.
However, others who fled the town to neighbouring communities in the heat of the disturbances are yet to return home.
Security personnel were spotted at vantage points in the town monitoring the situation.
Meanwhile, the five deceased persons have all been identified.
They are Nana Ampabeng Kyeremeh, Kwaku Duah, Adjei Okrah, Kwaku Firi and George Adjei.
The injured persons are Robert Mensah, Ndekuguri Martin, Moro Bashiru, Kofi Domfeh and Felix Banini. The rest are Gladys Agyeiwaa, a pregnant woman, William Asante and Amos Adjei, a cripple.
All of them have since been treated and discharged from the Techiman Holy Family Hospital. Ms Agyeiwaa, however, had her pregnancy aborted in the process.
A Tico taxi cab with registration number BA 213 V got burnt.
In all, eight thatched roof houses were burnt, destroying several properties. Thirteen people, including an 84-year-old lady, Madam Afia Duku, at the Abromam-Nzema area of the town, were displaced.
The Techiman North Police Commander, Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), Peter Yaw Sakyi, who conducted the Daily Graphic round the town, said the situation was now under control and asked the people to freely go about their activities.
For his part, the Techiman Divisional Commander of Police, DSP Emmanuel Twumasi Ankrah, appealed to the people to assist the police by providing them with the necessary information in their investigations to forestall any further conflicts in the area.