11 Ghanaians shot and beheaded in Togo


Eleven Ghanaians are believed to have been murdered near the Benin-Togo border in northern Togo, police sources in Togo told Ghanaian media on Monday.

According to the sources, Ghanaian passports and voters’ ID cards were found on the bodies of the victims who had allegedly been shot and beheaded.

They were believed to be victims of “modern day slavery” from Northern Ghana who were returning home from Nigeria.

Starr News quoted a former assemblyman in the Northern Region as saying the bodies of the victims had been deposited at a morgue in Kara, a town in Togo.

Meanwhile, the Togo police have asked Ghanaians living around Chereponi, Bunkprugu and Saboba to come to Kara and identify the victims. Enditem

Source: Xinhua/NewsGhana.com.gh

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