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JUST IN: Two Persons Shot In Western Togoland (Picture)


Information reaching ThinkNews Online indicates two persons have been shot by military men dispatched to Juapong to maintain calm after some scores of Homeland Study Group mounted roadblocks within the area at dawn today September 25. ThinkNews Online has gathered that the armed group exchanged gunfire with the soldiers after which some two bystanders were hit by bullets and subsequently taken to an unknown destination by the officers.

“The guy just said once they were shot, the military men took them and that they don’t know whether or not they are being taken to the hospital,” the eyewitness said.


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Another eye-witness mentioned that the persons who blocked the roads are believed to be about twenty-two years aged . Calm has however been restored to the world , with vehicle traffic gradually getting back to normal.

The incident is occurring barely few weeks after the group erected signboards in Somanya claiming the world as within its territory.


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The signboards which have since been removed by the Police had inscriptions “Welcome to Western Togoland” for travelers heading towards Somanya from Accra, and “You are leaving Western Togoland” for travelers traveling within the opposite direction”

The HSGF, a gaggle championing the secession of parts of Ghana along the border with Togo, declared independence for the territory they call ‘Western Togoland’ on November 16, 2019. The leader of Western Togoland independence, Charles Kormi Kudzodzi, announced the separation of Western Togoland from Ghana after a gathering within the Volta Regional capital, Ho. Many of its members are arrested and facing Prosecution.

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Story by: News Desk Report

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