WELCOME TO PLC OF
WESTERN TOGOLAND

WHAT IS PLC?

The PEOPLES’ LIBERATION COUNCIL OF WESTERN TOGOLAND is the full name for PLC. An organization poised to serve in promoting the process of Liberating Western Togoland in all aspects. We are made up of groups of people with common culture, beliefs, religions etc, struggling for the restoration of human dignity for the People’s of Western Togoland.

About Us

What We Stand For

OUR VISION

Our Vision is a Western Togoland restored and perpetually developing to the glory of God.

OUR MISSION

To mobilize resources, human and material, through the vehicle of PLC organization to attain restoration of human dignity for harmonius and perpetual development.

AIMS & OBJECTIVES

To facilitate the restoration of human dignity for harmonious cooperation and sustainable development in Western Togoland and it's environs. To awaken and guide citizens of Western Togoland into sustainable management of the natural environment. To advocate for good governance and promote development, education, health and gender issues.

MAKE A DONATION

We need to make our voices heard, but we can do this together by helping financially, support us by donating to this cause.

The functions of the PLC
are strongly in Promotion of the following

To advocate for good governance and promote development, education, health and gender issues.

Education

We fight for the right of proper education for the citizens of Western Togoland.

Development

We fight for the development life of the citizens of Western Togoland.

Freedom

We seek to attain restoration of human dignity for harmonius and perpetual development.

Discover The Land of
Western Togoland

Resilient people with the hope to gain freedom to develop ourselves

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Natural Resources in Western Togoland

Western Togoland is blessed with all these natural minerals

western togoland original logo designed by Obed Aikins Akpaku

OUR MISSION STATEMENT

OUR MISSION IS TO RESTORE HUMAN DIGNITY IN WESTERN TOGOLAND AND IT’S ENVIRONS

The Land of Togo and her various traditional entities were ruled by their individual kings centuries before Christian missionaries from Bremen arrived at Peki in 1847 and were later joined by A German envoy, Dr. Gustav Nachtigal enforced into suzerainty with them in 1884. Hence the spread of German influence in the lands of King Kodzo Dei of Peki, King Mlapa of Gbaga Torgo and others from the coast to the north till 1914 when the First World War erupted.

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Video Intro
About Our organization

Brief Historical Info about Western Togoland

  • Western Togoland is the second half of the divided German Colony, Togo (1916). This land was called British Mandated Togoland and Togoland under U.K. Administration under various circumstances.
  • We are a people historically bound to a common heritage, the Torgo land centuries before the arrival of the Europeans but brought together under German Suzerainty as a territory since 1884 by Dr. Gustav Nachtigal, a German envoy.
  • Present day Togo and Western Togoland were together one piece with same traditional, cultural and historical peculiarities but became separated as a result of the events of the First World War, into two distinct territories with a marked lingual and Franca difference, French and English and the accompanying varied external cultural ties.
  • Western Togoland became a British Mandated Territory under the League of Nations’ Mandate after the First World War (1914 – 1918) and after the Second World War became a Trust Territory of the United Nations under the United Kingdom Administration in 1922.

We possess the will to remain identified as a people of the State of Western Togoland.

The Land of Togo and her various traditional entities were ruled by their individual kings centuries before Christian missionaries from Bremen arrived at Peki in 1847 and were later joined by A German envoy, Dr. Gustav Nachtigal enforced into suzerainty with them in 1884. Hence the spread of German influence in the lands of King Kodzo Dei of Peki, King Mlapa of Gbaga Torgo and others from the coast to the north till 1914 when the First World War erupted.

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