Ghanaians in Oti Region-Chereponi Flee to Togo For Their Lives-Ethnic Violence In The Oti Region | FUN, ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

Ghanaians in Oti Region-Chereponi Flee to Togo For Their Lives-Ethnic Violence In The Oti Region

The recently created Oti Region in Ghana Has Experienced Its First Violence In An Ethnic Viciousness, Causing Residents Of Chereponi To Flee To Togo.

Ghanaians in Oti Region-Chereponi Flee to Togo For Their Lives-Ethnic Violence In The Oti Region
Who would ever think that some inhabitants of the newly created Oti Region In Ghana Could decide to flee the region for their lives in so short a time.
Ethnic violence inside the Chereponi area of the Northern district has left inhabitants escaping into Togo.

Data accumulated show that Konkomba assailants have supposedly torched 10 Chokosi towns – Naaduuni, Achima, Tiakasu, Kunkpende, Naaburubu, Kunajiiku, Raba?ani, Sedorti, Tojinga, ?andiri.

Chokosis young people have likewise torched five towns – Nachem, Tambungu, Nangbangu, Namor.

The savagery and backlashes have continued for near seven days.

Busloads of Konkombas have crossed into the area from encompassing networks, for example, Wanguga, as uncovered by our security source.

They have been moving in since the New Year trying to guarantee responsibility for terrains in Chereponi accepted to be just two sections of land.

A body of an unidentified Chokosi man has been stored at Mango, a town in the neighboring Togo after he was purportedly shot by a Konkomba.

In spite of a 4 pm and 7 am time limitation forced on Chereponi, the source said it is being mishandled "at any accessible time".

The adequacy of the check in time was tried on Friday after Chokosi young people declined to go inside.

They stated that staying inside has not halted late night and sunrise assaults. Military men needed to discharge elastic projectiles to force the furious young men inside in frenzy.

After two fortifications of warriors from Yendi in the Northern area and Accra, the Greater Accra locale, a third of around 87 military officers from Tamale have been gotten.

Northern provincial clergyman Salifu Sa-eed has affirmed the organization of additional troops into Chereponi and reports of inhabitants escaping.


The Chereponi locale has a populace of near 60,000 as per the 2010 Ghana Statistical Service report.

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