Togo-Ghana

Togo-Ghana

La capitale togolaise, Lomé, est située à la frontière avec le Ghana. Ancienne colonie française, le Togo est francophone tandis que le Ghana (autrefois appelée Gold Coast) est anglophone. La frontière entre les deux Etats n’a pas pris en compte les langues locales, comme l’éwé, qui est parlé dans la région de Lomé et d’Aflao au Ghana.

Ci-dessus, le boulevard le long de la plage de Lomé qui mène au poste-frontière d’Aflao.

Un poste frontalier commun est à l’étude:

http://koaci.com/articles-85699

The Togolese capital Lomé is located on the border with Ghana. As a former French colony, French is the official language in Togo while in Ghana (formerly Gold Coast) it is English. The border between the two states did not take into account local languages ​​such as Ewe, which is spoken on either side of the border, from Lomé to Aflao in Ghana.

Above, the boulevard along the beach that leads to Lomé border post Aflao.

A link about the porous border in Aflao:

http://graphic.com.gh/archive/features/aflao-a-border-town-with-porous-borders.html

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