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Western Togoland agitations: Occupy Ghana calls government to address legitimate concerns

Western Togoland agitations: Occupy Ghana calls government to address legitimate concerns

The agitations of the so-called secessionists of the now renowned British Togoland movement which triggered in the jurisdiction provoking casualties remain a concern for all of us.

Indeed several public figures from various political parties from day one of the incident dropped vividly their comments related to the issues.

It is seems that the civil societies and groups of pressure are now taking the relay as a group of pressure well known as Occupy Ghana triggered recently a call to the government to ascertain and address the legitimate concerns of the agitators .

Their call come when the government through the vice president of the land, Dr Bawumia, last week on the radio Asempa reiterated the position of the government on this matter which remains “ not to engage …these bunch of criminals”.

Apparently the group of pressure seems not to be on the same verge with the government with their call. Clearly Occupy Ghana position triggering the government to “ascertain and address the legitimate concerns “raised by these agitators tend to point out the fact that they acknowledge the concerns of these individuals.

What is shocking in this whole brouhaha is the fact that the leader of the Homeland Study Group Foundation , the so-called Papavi himself came out to deny their involvement in this whole saga.

So the call of Occupy Ghana does not in my view make sense, the main concern that we all need to address is to find out who really remain behind this whole brouhaha.

What is your take on this ? Do you share the position of Occupy Ghana on this matter?

What should government do  to show its good faith in this matter ? Should we have independent investigation ?

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