GHANA IS A UNITARY STATE WITHOUT WESTERN TOGOLAND
Logically there is no seat for Western Togoland in Ghana’s Parliament because the Ghana Independence Act, 1957 specifically declares Gold Coast as Ghana. Allan Noble’s letter confirmed it and further informed the U.N. Secretary General about the beginning of a UNION between Ghana and Togoland Under British Administration.
Therefore, Ghana as a UNITARY State is one country and Western Togoland (Togoland Under British Administration) is another country. The two are forming a UNION according to the letter.
Let Gold Coast remain Ghana by her new name and Togoland Under British Administration be know as Western Togoland by her geographic and historical name. Then they can both cooperate to form a reasonable UNION based on principles agreeable for mutual benefits.
At best, this UNION can be called “*THE UNION OF GHANA AND WESTERN TOGOLAND*”.