- The Homeland Study Group Foundation reportedly hoisted their flag at the office of the Volta Regional Coordinating Council
- Police officers from the Volta Regional police command were seen pulling down the flag that was flying at full mast
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The flag of secessionist group, the Western Togoland, was reportedly hoisted and seen flying at full mast at the Volta Regional Coordinating Council where the Volta Regional Minister operates as political head of the region.
According to a report filed by Citinewsroom.com, as of 8:30 am on Thursday, police officers from the Volta Regional Police Command were seen pulling down the flag that was hoisted.
YEN.com.gh could not ascertain the brain behind the hoisting of the flag and the reason why it was done at the regional coordinating council a day before the celebration of Ghana’s 63rd independence anniversary.
Officials of the coordinating council are yet to make any public comment on the matter.
The Homeland Study Group Foundation has been advocating for a break away from Ghana for since May 2019.
Some members of the group have been arrested on several occasions with some of its members still standing trial.
Leaders of the group have been training some youth to form the core of police and military activities in the supposed new country after the declaration of independence.
The Homeland Study Group Foundation declared independence for the Volta, and parts of the Northern, North Eastern and Upper East Regions after its meeting held in Ho.
HSGF had over the years been demanding the secession of the above-mentioned areas from Ghana to become the Western Togoland State.
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