Ghana Keen on Crashing ‘Western Togoland’ Separatist Dream

Ghana Keen on Crashing 'Western Togoland' Separatist Dream
Ghana Keen on Crashing 'Western Togoland' Separatist Dream

Ghana’s security forces say they are not taking any chances as they deal with a a revolutionary separatist movement seeking to forge a new West African nation.

A joint police and military operation cracked down this month on a group that said it was preparing to declare its own nation in the eastern Volta region bordering Togo.

Soldiers blocked roads and stormed houses, arresting 89 people across the region, most of them around the town of Ho, 150 kilometres (93 miles) northeast of Ghana’s capital Accra.


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