Suspects who showed up at the Circuit Court 3, directed by Susan Eduful subsequent to revolting in certain pieces of the Volta Region, have guaranteed that the expulsion of their names from the Electoral Commission’s citizens register is the thing that set off their exercises of revolting.
They guaranteed their revolting was to tell the world that they were been being ‘underestimated’ in the Volta Region by the administration.
A suspect even said in court in Accra on Friday that it was a ‘NEC’ choice to take part in revolting to show the world they are being minimized yet couldn’t state if the NEC was equivalent to the National Executive Council (NEC) of the NDC” Daily Guide revealed.
On September, 25, 2020, a few individuals from the Volta separatists, the Homeland Study Group Foundation, (HSGF) obstructed some significant streets in the Volta Region of Ghana.
This as per them was important for their disturbances for autonomy from Ghana after they pronounced freedom for the region they call ‘Western Togoland’ on November 16, 2019.
The police in a message via online media encouraged workers to and from Accra to Ho, Aveyime, Adidome, Mepe, Akuse, Sogakope and Aflao, to practice alert as they were probably going to encounter traffic because of security tasks inside those zones.
Following this unsettling, a few people have been captured regarding ongoing aggravations.
Two bunches of four and 13, comprised of a boss and a reverend pastor individually, showed up in various circuit courts in Accra, and were taken into the authority of the BNI.
A portion of the 13 charged people that showed up under the steady gaze of the Circuit Court 3 were the ones that guaranteed that the EC had purposely eliminated their names from the register without giving any verification. They additionally made charges of underestimation.
They were accused of three checks of going to a gathering of a restricted association (Western Togoland) in opposition to Section 2 (1) (b) of Prohibited Organization Act 1976 (SMCD 20), taking an interest in a mission of a denied association (Western Togoland) in spite of Section 2 (1) (d) of Prohibited Organization Act 1976 (SMCD 20), and revolting with weapons in opposition to Section 199 of the Criminal and Other Offenses Act 1960 (Act 29).