The Homeland Study Group Foundation has distanced itself from the arrest of some 21 persons believed to have been training as part of the group's effort to succeed from Ghana.
The Military on Monday arrested some 21 trainees up at their training camp in the Ghana-Togo border in the Ketu-North Municipality of the Volta Region.
According to the Military, the camp is believed to be operated by the Homeland Study Group Foundation which is a secessionists group.
But the group in a statement issued by the Homeland Study Group Foundation, they indicated the arrested persons are not their members. Below are experts of the statement is
The arrested suspects comprised 20 males and a female. Over 40 soldiers were accompanied by two crime scene investigators from the police for the operation.
However, the Commanding Officer of the regiment, Lieutenant Colonel Baba Pantoah indicated on the day of the arrest, about three other suspected separatists escaped before the arrests were made.