This week has been an eventful one in the Volta region following the arrest of some members of a ‘separatist’ group, Homeland Study Group Foundation on Tuesday after an event they held in Ho to commemorate Ghana’s Independence Day on Monday, March 6, 2017.
Founder of the group, Charles Kormi Kudjordji, 78 with two others, Martin Asiamah Agbenu, 57 and Divine Odonkor, 65 years, were arrested in connection with the distribution of some T-shirts with inscriptions, intending to declare the Volta region and parts of the Northern and Upper East regions of Ghana on May 9, 2017 as an independent, Western Togoland State.
They have subsequently been arraigned before the High Court in Ho for the charges of ‘conspiracy to commit treason and treason felony’.
There have been varied reactions to the activities of the group, which has intensified its campaign for the secession of the Volta region and parts of Northern and Upper East regions into an independent Western Togoland State.
Mykuulfmonline.com in our weekly Social Media TRENDZ, brings you, reactions shared by some Ghanaians including persons from the Volta region to the news, which gained prominence on major news outlets in the country.
The 50yrs plebiscite has passed, allow the Volta separatist to decide
— Dzakah John (@johndzakah) March 9, 2017