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What does TVT stand for?

TVT stands for Trans Volta Togoland


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On 9 May 1956, a vote was conducted to decide the future disposition of British Trans-Volta Togoland and French Togoland. The native and dominant ethnic group, the Ewe people, were divided between the two Togos. 58% of British Trans-Volta Togoland inhabitants voted in favor of state union with the Gold Coast, and the Togo Ewe state was incorporated into Akanland including Ga-Adagme and Guans(South Ghana) and Dagbon (North Ghana) by a state union.
In 1954, the U. N sent a Visiting Team to the British Togoland. This team recommended a plebiscite to be held in 1956 to decide on the wishes of the people on the issues of whether the Trust Territory should be integrated into, or secede from, the Gold Coast. The result of this plebiscite was not decisive. However, when it became clear that the Gold Coast was to become independent in 1957, the British Government formally informed the Trusteeship Council that it would not be possible for Britain to administer the British Protectorate, then the Trans-Volta Togoland.