Western Togoland: Ghana Police pulls down erected sign posts

Fresh reports indicates that the Police in Somanya in the Eastern Region of Ghana have pulled down signposts reportedly erected by Western Togoland activists seeking to secede from the country.

 

This is coming after photos emerged on social media displayed “Welcome to Western Togoland” and “You’re leaving Western Togoland. Stay safe”.


The billboards were later spotted at Akorley in Somanya in the Eastern Region on Thursday.

Western Togoland: Ghana Police pulls down erected sign posts
Western Togoland: Ghana Police pulls down erected sign posts

Police command in Somanya has reportedly moved to the location where the signposts were erected and dismantled them accordingly.

 

The Volta Separatist Group is a group led by Charles Kormi Kudzordzi, also known as Papavi.


The group argued that by the dictates of the 1956 plebiscite, the terms were no longer binding on the parties and that even certain portions of present Ghana were not considered during the referendum.

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The supporters of the secession movement on November 16, 2019, declared independence from Ghana.


“Today the 16th of November 2019, the leader of Western Togoland independence Mr Charles Kormi Kudzodzi has announced the separation of Western Togoland from Ghana. He sighted numerous reasons as the bases for which the union that was not established must not be recognized. More information will soon reach the General public soon,” they wrote on Facebook.

 

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