EFL slams gov’t over military intimidation & ethnic tension in ongoing registration exercise
The Economic Fighters League has added its voice to what it has described as military intimidation and rising ethic tension at selected registration centres in the ongoing registration exercise.
A statement signed by the Head of Communication, Bilkis Nuhu Kokroko said the divisive tendencies is a threat to national cohesion and peace.
It also reminded the government that every African is entitled to African soil and any attempt to divide the people will not materialise.
To them, the labelling of eligible voters in the Volta Region as Togolese is ridiculous and shows the borders erected by imperial thieves in Berlin in 1884.
They also claim the ongoing situation could affect the trade between the Ghana and Togo who have for years traded and lived as families.
Read the full statement below