Members of the separatist group in the Volta Region say they are not responsible for the attack at the State Transport Company (STC) yard in Ho on Monday.
This according to the Homeland Study Group Foundation (HSGF) is because their campaign for independence is without violence.
In a post on Facebook to express their displeasure, the group accused external forces of perpetrating violence to smear their peaceful campaign.
“We said it time without numbers that the campaign for our rights of citizenship which is being questioned continuously by some section of Ghanaians will be without violence,” part of the post read.
The clarification follows various media reportage alleging that the secessionists in the Volta Region had launched a second attack on some state properties.
The armed men, believed to be members of the group, stormed the STC yard amid firing of gunshots before proceeding to beat up two drivers.
After various threats, an STC bus was burnt to the ground while another was partially damaged.
But condemning the act, the group said, such violence goes against their ‘working documents’.
They also called on the government to release members who have been in detention since 2019.
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