The State of Western Togoland

A Brief Historical Information

  • 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.
western togoland original logo designed by Obed Aikins Akpaku
Banner of the People's Liberation Council (PLC) of Western Togoland
  • Capital: To be determined
  • Area:
  • Population: 4 million
  • Languages: English, Ewe,Dangbe,Gonja, Akan, Dagbangli, Mamprugli,
  • Currency: to be determined
  • Nature of State: To be determined
  • Nature Regime: To be determined
  • Borders (Land): Republic of Togo – East; Republic Ghana – West; Burkina Faso Republic – North
  • Borders (Coastline): Atlantic Ocean
  • Climate: Tropical
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