Plans are underway to find a lasting panacea to the Togo-Ghana border. The boundaries commission of Ghana are considering to finally demarcate the Ghana and Togo boarders.
This was revealed by Major General Kotia Emmanuel when speaking to the media.
This action is possible as it is enshrined in the African Union Border Programme which seeks to settle any border issues between countries. The ultimate aim is to give benefit to both parties(countries) to prevent any misunderstanding, major retorted.
Further, there’s going to be a technical know how persons to deliberate on issues about the border demarcation to do away with any unwarranted tension. Mr. Kotia mentioned.
The major clarified that both nations have their names boldly written on the pillars at the borders and as such must work(Ghana and Togo) together to promote peace, love and unity the two neighbors have been enjoying for quite a long time.
Mr. Maxwell Lugador, who happens to be the Municipal Chief Executive for Ketu South said that the action by the government will go along way to help overcome the challenges of, “ no man’s land” slogan used by encroachers from both countries.
All hands should be on deck to see this programme to a success. He said again.
By Osafo Boamah
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