Ghana must brace itself for dangerous days ahead as the latest action by the secessionist group, the Western Togoland is just a curtain-raiser of deadly things to happen, a security expert has warned.
Security expert and Executive Director of Jatikay Centre for Human Security and Peace Building Adib Saani has in an exclusive interview with MyNews their ability to disrupt life is an indication of how audacious and bracing they have become.
“Obviously, they are growing bigger and better by the day. Right before our eyes and the intelligence community. We should learn from Cameron, Mali, Congo and Nigeria. This is no joke”, he warned.
Ghanaians on Friday September 25, 2020, woke up to news of the Western Togoland Group blocking block the Mepe-Sege road and the Accra-Ho road at Juapong, preventing the flow of traffic.
The members of the group numbering about 50 amidst chanting of war songs were also reported to have attacked the Aveyime and Mepe Police Stations in the North Tongu District of the Volta Region.
They have since issued a warning to the Ghana Police Service and the military to stay indoors till further notice or surrender peacefully to the Western Togoland Security forces with 24-hours.
The statement pointed out that the restoration to Western Togoland statehood, under the leadership of Togbe Yesu Kwabla Edudzi I, is being consolidated.
As such Togbe Yesu is the Chairman of Western Togoland Restoration Front (WTRF), the political wing of the Western Togoland independence struggle.
“Roadblocks to assert its sovereignty are all over the Southern sector. Vehicular and passenger movements have come to a standstill”, the statement sighted by MyNews which did not have a signatory said.