Article published on the 2010-01-01 Latest update 2010-01-01 11:55 TU
The situation is now calm, according to government spokesman, Lambert Mende.
"We are identifying prisoners and examining the situation," he said.
Enyele is 75 kilometers from Dongo, where at the end of October some 100 fighters from the Lobala community (also called Enyele) led by a medicine man, attacked the Monzaya tribe, as well as a group of police officers, over fishing rights in a pond in the village.
The clashes led to the death of some 100 villagers, mainly from the Monzaya tribe and the takeover of the town by the Lobala.
On 13 December a 600-strong commando of Monzaya retook Dongo without a fight. The Lobala fell back on positions in neighboring areas.
Clashes between the two tribes between October and December 2009 caused the death of 270 people, including 187 civilians, while 150,000 people were displaced.
The UN's World Food Programme has announced the distribution of 50 tonnes of food to some 6,000 people displaced by the fighting in the villages of Bozene and Boyazala.