Ghana and Togo Reconcile Land Boundary
The team led by the DCE visited the Pillars 51 and 53 marking points located in Kame Tonu and later engaged with some traditional authorities of Kame Tonu and later and Leklebi traditional council.
The Brigadier General assured them that; all outstanding issues with regards to the country’s borders will be settled amicably. He advised the community to collaborate with the assembly and report issues that may trigger conflicts between the two countries early, for a proactive approach in resolving them.
It was exciting to note that Afadzato South District was the first point of call in the Volta Region for this exercise. The assembly will ensure the objectives of this exercise is achieved.
Talks are already in place with the Forestry Commission to provide tree seedlings to be planted on the borderline to serve as additional demarcations. The Traditional authorities also welcomed the idea and pledged their support to the initiative.