Nana Akufo-Addo disclosed this at a meeting with traditional leaders in Aflao in the Volta Region.
Speaking at a meeting with traditional leaders in Aflao in the Volta region, Nana Akufo-Addo said: “The Togolese President came to see me in Tamale ten days ago, and we are talking to see how we can bring this crisis to a closure and bring stability back to Togo. It is in our interest to do so.”
“The events that have taken place next door in Togo, are disturbing for all of us and especially for you, I know what it means. I remember vividly in 2005 when the former President Eyadema died, there were problems over the succession.
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“Over 100,000 refugees stringed across the border. Many of them I think are still there. They have not gone back to Togo, so I know that anything that happens in Togo is a matter of very great concern and it is a concern to me and the people of Ghana.
"The appeal we are making are falling on very sympathetic ears. I am not staying idle on this matter. We are acting. Let us pray for the blessing of the Almighty, and we can find a solution that will be in the interest of the people of Togo and by implication the people of Ghana,” he told the traditional leaders in Aflao.
There is currently a protest in Togo to challenge the presidency of Faure Gnassingbe.
The Gnassingbe family has been ruling Togo since 1967 after a coup by Eyadéma.
Faure who is also the new chairperson of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), has won three presidential elections.
But many argue that he won those elections under controversial circumstances.
Residents of Togo are now demanding that the Constitution be amended to prevent his family’s continued stay in power.