Head of Western Togoland Papavi dies at 87
Head of Western Togoland Charles Kormi Kudjordji, referred to in private life as Papavi Hogbedetor, has joined his ancestors.
Papavi Hogbedetor, who has been driving secession group Homeland Study Group Foundation (HSGF) to withdraw from Ghana and structure a free country, Western Togoland, is dead according to reports by GNA.
He was 87.
Family sources told the Ghana News Agency (GNA) Mr Kudjordji died in the late long periods of Friday, 15 October 12021, at an emergency clinic in the Volta Region.
Until his demise, Papavi Hogbedetor was supporting the detachment of the “Western Togoland” from Ghana through his successionist bunch, the Homeland Study Group Foundation.
After many unsuccessful endeavous, he fruitlessly proclaimed freedom for “Western Togoland” and was arrested by the police interestingly and accused of conspiracy.
Mr. Kudjordji was picked up again for comparable offenses, carried from Ho to Accra and accused for treachery of a portion of his accessories.
He was again allowed bail because of advanced age and after his delivery, heard days after the fact proclaiming freedom for Western Togoland and had since self-isolated till data on his demise.
He was brought into the world on April 7, 1934.
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