Western Togoland leader, Papavi, who wanted to seperate Volta Region from Ghana dies

Western Togoland leader, Papavi, who wanted to seperate Volta Region from Ghana dies

  • Charles Komi Kudzordzi of the Homeland Study Group Foundation is reported dead
  • The 88-year-old died at the Keta Government Hospital
  • He has been standing trial over moves to separate Volta and Oti Regions from Ghana

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The group leader that wants the Volta and Oti Regions to be separated from Ghana, Charles Komi Kudzordzi, is reported dead.

The Homeland Study Group Foundation leader is said to have died at the Keta Government Hospital in the early hours of Saturday, October 16.

Western Togoland leader, Papavi, who wanted to seperate Volta Region from Ghana dies
Western Togoland leader, Papavi, who wanted to seperate Volta Region from Ghana dies. Photo: Myjoyonline
Source: UGC

Charles Komi Kudzordzi, who died aged 88, has been standing trial for treason over his move to lead an insurgency to separate the Oti and Volta Region and some parts of the North-East Region, from Ghana.

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