A shocking revelation was made by a resident of Ho, the capital of Volta Region about the leader of the secessionist group, the Homeland Study Group Foundation (HSGF), Charles Kormi Kudzordzi, popularly known as Papavi.
Paul Boateng speaking on Adom FM’s morning show Dwaso Nsem Wednesday, he said the secessionist movement started some 30-years-ago when Papavi used to be a show host on Volta Radio Star.
“There are a lot of people behind this movement, and Papavi started it. He used to be a show host on one of the radio stations in the Volta Region and gave history lessons about Western Togoland” he noted.
What made some Voltarians to believe his claims according to him was the fact that he invited some chiefs in the region on his radio show to corroborate his claims.
Paul Boateng asserts that Papavi has always been a favourite of Voltarians and at some point in time, he almost believed his assertions that Voltarians were not Ghanaians.
Paul urged government to get some documents he believes contain strategies and plans developed by Papavi for the secessionist group.
“Let’s get the document from the Volta Star radio, that is where Papavi worked. The government has to get them to know its contents to be able to counter the plans and strategies of the group,” he added.