The Council will also be monitoring developments in the area to quell an escalation of the clashes between the two groups.
Clashes between some Zongo youth and indigenes at Ahwiaa left many residents injured.
Reports indicated that disturbances started when the Asante youth prevented their counterparts from the Zongo community from partaking in the burial celebrations of an 18-year old girl, known as Esther Ampofowaa on Friday.
The clashes came about after the indigenes attempted to prevent the Zongo youth from partaking in a dance party they had held on Friday evening.
The Zongo youth joined in the dance anyway, only for the factions to return Saturday morning to attack each other.
In an effort to control the angry youth, the police fired warning shots which allegedly hit three of the young men, resulting in some injuries.
Others were also injured during the brawl. All the injured persons have, however, been sent to the hospital and are receiving treatment.
Meanwhile, at least four suspects have also been arrested by the police for their involvement in the clashes.
The main street in the town has been closed by police and a military back-up has been called in order to restore order.
Deputy regional Police commander, DCOP Fred Adu Anim condemned the actions of the youth.
He called on the Chief of Ahwiaa, Nana Ntie Adu and the Zongo community to counsel their people in order to avoid an imposition of a curfew on the town.