Following the inauguration of President Nana Addo Dankwa Addo on January 7th, police in Togo have reported the murder of some 11 Ghanaians.
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The Togo police officials are not sure who committed the horrendous act but revealed that Ghanaian passports and voters' ID card were found on the lifeless bodies of the victims.
The incident, which was not readily linked to the investiture of Ghana's new president, however puts a blimp on the colourful inauguration ceremony which was attended by the head of the Togolese government, Faure Gnassingbé.
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According to a report by StarrFMOnline.com, the victims were be headed and shot (not necessarily in that order) and are believed to be residents of Bimoaba in the Northern region.
The report continues that the corpses had been deposited at a morgue in Kara, a town in Togo, pending identification.
The Togo Police, according to reports, are therefore asking Ghanaian residents living around Chereponi, Bunkprugu and Saboba to come to Kara to see if their relatives were involved.