This book provides an insight into the question of British Togoland’s existence as an independent nation-state before it was surreptitiously annexed by Ghana under the supervision of usurping British empire and on the perceivably blind side of the United Nations is one issue that is still hanging unresolved, to enable a group of people who were hitherto freely born and freely existed own their own to enjoy the fundamental right of self-determination. Prior to the independence of the Gold Coast re-named Ghana, the British Togoland was a separate nation-state on its owned and usurped by European explorers as Germany and Britain, of whom out of unimaginable authority presumably took ownership and shared Togoland into Western and Eastern Togoland with the Eastern side handed to the French after the second world war in 1945.
- Publication Date
- Jul 6, 2017
- Education & Language
- All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
- By (author): H. Kwame Afaglo, By (author): Korsi Kedem