Residents of Bawku in the Bawku Municipality of the Upper East Region have expressed happiness over the review of the ongoing curfew from 6pm to 6am each day.
The curfew which took effect from November 24 started from 4pm to 6am.
This comes after reports of sporadic gunshots were recorded in Bawku over a chieftaincy dispute.
John Ayabugri Bawa Ndego, a judicial service staff at the Bawku Court complex, express happiness saying the extension of the curfew would go a long way to help them in executing their judicial duties without a rush.
Abel Seidu, CEO of Level 400 restaurant, also expressed happiness about the extension saying at least their food will no longer go waste.
He however appeals to the government to extend it more or lift the curfew since people are going about their normal life freely and peacefully.
Another resident Jeremiah Naba said the extension of the curfew will bring life back to normal.
According to him, many were suffering and sweating as a result of the curfew imposed that but "now we are free to go."