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Some roads in the Volta Region blocked by secessionist group

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Some roads in the Volta region has been blocked by the secessionist group, Homeland Study Foundation also referred to as Western Togoland.

Passengers have been left stranded Tefle, Tsopoli and Juapong as a result of that.

It is believed that the roads were blocked at dawn this morning.

“Thousands of blocks were put on the roads and according to those in the first vehicle that got there; their mobile phones were taken from them by those who had blocked the road. Subsequently, all other vehicles were unable to get close to the place because they got to know what was going on there. Later on around 5:30 am the police and military came in to rescue the situation but people had gone into the bush and didn’t want to come close to the roadside.” a local reporter, Thompson Ayumu to Bernard Avle of Citi Breakfast Show this morning.

“Now, the road has been cleared now. I am talking about the Tema-Akosombo road. The place is between Kpong and Atimpoku. Now everything has been cleared away. The MCE and some security personnel are here and the people have left” he said.

However, the Ghana Police Service have cautioned travellers to be careful as the travel to the region.

Source: Ghana Waves

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