Residents of Ketu South in the Volta Region have staged a demonstration to demand the immediate reopening of the Ghana-Togo border.
The border has been closed since March 2020 due to the outbreak of coronavirus.
The Ghanaian government closed the border in a bid to prevent the importation of coronavirus to Ghana.
But residents of Ketu South, led by their Member of Parliament, Dzifa Gomashie, took to the streets on Friday, August 27, 2021, to ask the Ghanaian government to reopen the border.
According to them, the border closure has brought untold hardships to their families, hence the need to reopen the borders.
Watch them protesting in the video below
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