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Ewe HISTORY: The Exodus of Dogboawo and Others from Notsie ( Not a Migration! ) Ewe Ghana

Ewe HISTORY: The Exodus of Dogboawo and Others from Notsie ( Not a Migration! ) Ewe Ghana

Ewe HISTORY: The Exodus of Dogboawo and Others from Notsie ( Not a Migration! ) Ewe Ghana
Ewe HISTORY: The Exodus of Dogboawo and Others from Notsie ( Not a Migration! ) Ewe Ghana

As King Agokoli‟s rule became unbearable, various groups of the population decided to migrate. Because of the king's repressive acts, the Ewes initiated a secret plan to escape. Tatar (1973) writes, "Along with the need for more land and food, malcontents, inspired by the tyrannical rule
of Agokoli (King of Notsie in the late 1600's), they instigated another general movement west and south. The groups that migrated are those that make up the Ewe tribe of today".

The 17‟ X 30‟ wall that offered protection to the entire population eventually became a barrier to the Dogboawo in planning their escape. However, they finally carried out their plan through. After several consultations with the oldman Tegli at his hiding place, the Dogboawo came up with a plan.

They instructed their women to throw water against one spot of the wall while washing their clothes and dishes. The women executed this plan without knowing the reason. One day when the elders found out that the wall was wet and soft enough, they decided to implement the final stage of their plan.

 The elders gathered all their people together near the wet wall and started drumming, singing and dancing. There was a lot of jubilation in the Dogbo section of the city from late afternoon throughout into the night. About midnight, while the rest of the people of Notsie went to bed and the Misego (Husago, meaning tighten your waist) drumming was at its performance peak, the Dogbo elders went and brought Tegli the brain behind the plot from his hiding place.

He called a few of the trusted people closer to the wet wall and told them the essence of their gathering. He drew out the "Sword of Liberation" from its sheath, pointed it up, invoked the spirit of the gods and the ancestors and said a short prayer. Then he said, "O Mawugã Kitikata,  u  o na mi ne miadogo, azo adzo." (Oh great God "Kitikata", open the door for us so that we can walk through it and leave).

 With these words, Tegli thrust the "Sword of Liberation" into the wet and softened wall and bored a big hole (door pattern) into it. The men pushed and the soft wall fell before them. After Scouts had gone ahead to find suitable lands for settlement, the various groups moved out of Notsie.

The women, the sick, and children were led out first, followed by the elderly, while the energetic youth and middle-aged men stayed behind to continue drumming, singing and dancing. After all the others were gone, the drummers and the few remaining singers and dancers followed them. The last part of the group walked backwards on the exact footsteps of the earlier parties for about two miles so that their footprints might not betray their whereabouts.

After King Agokoli discovered that the Dogboawo had escaped, he ordered a search for them and demanded their return back to Notsie. The search party however got confused: tracing the footsteps of the Dogboawo always led them back to the dwelling place of the Dogboawo in Notsie. It was a brilliant and well-executed plan.

The sword (Adekpui) used by Tegli to bore the hole is said to be preserved to this day as part of the stool regalia of Togbui Asor, leader of Dogbo groups at Ho, a town in Northern Eweland. It must be pointed out here that the history of the Asorgli of Ho mentions also a leader by name Torgbui Kaklu who led their group out of Notsie.
Upon quitting the city, all the fugitives followed the same direction without a precise destination in mind. The majority of versions cite Game, south of Notsie, as the first point of rest.

The rest of the story of the exodus of the Dogboawo from Notsie is told with some variations of details by all Ewes, with particular reference to settlements they founded, later continued migration, wars they fought for territory or just survival among hostile people they met on their way, or at the places they decided to settle at.

But the general outcome of the exodus is the dispersion of the Ewes as a people from the first settlement they made as a group at Tsevie, in present Togo, from where under different leaders according to lineage, the group split into three – south westwards towards the Volta, northwards toward the mountain range and south-eastwards toward the sea, to frustrate the pursuit of Agokoli and finally to settle in their present homes.

 The old man Torgbui Tegli was reported to have died at Tsevie and was buried there.
Thus, from Notsie the Ewe traveled together eventually to a town which is now called Tsevie in the Republic of Togoland. It is about twenty kilometers from Lome. The name Tsevie means “let it grow for a while longer”.

 When the Ewes settled in this area after leaving Notsie, they decided to sow some cowpeas to sustain themselves. As if by fate, their new neighbors started becoming hostile prompting another decision to move. One day the Ewes woke up only to find that wild pigs destroyed the farms. 

 The horror and concern generated by this tragedy led to the battle cry which is now made into a song: “Ayibo Pee, Hawo Pee!, Ayibo Pee, Hawo Pee! Egble o, Enyo o, OOO!!.” A free translation of this is, “See how pigs have destroyed the cowpea farm!. Whether good or bad, we don‟t care, and we would not despair.”

 It is worthy to note that the town Tsevie got its name from the plantation episode. The story is that before the cowpeas could fully mature, the insecurity of the place led to agitation among sections of the people for early departure.

This was opposed by others who insisted that they should wait, despite all odds, for the crops to mature for harvesting before making the next move. Apparently, the disagreement led to the departure of the main group with the others remaining there to give the name Tsevie to the place.


HISTOIRE des brebis : l'exode de Dogboawo et d'autres de Notsie (pas une migration !) Ewe Ghana
HISTOIRE des brebis : l'exode de Dogboawo et d'autres de Notsie (pas une migration !) Ewe Ghana

HISTOIRE des brebis : l'exode de Dogboawo et d'autres de Notsie (pas une migration !) Ewe Ghana

Alors que le règne du roi Agokoli devenait insupportable, divers groupes de la population décidèrent de migrer. En raison des actes répressifs du roi, les brebis ont lancé un plan secret pour s'échapper.

Tatar (1973) écrit : « Parallèlement au besoin de plus de terres et de nourriture, les mécontents, inspirés par la règle tyrannique d'Agokoli (roi de Notsie à la fin des années 1600), ils ont incité un autre mouvement général à l'ouest et au sud. Les groupes qui ont migré sont ceux qui composent la tribu Ewe d'aujourd'hui".

Le mur de 17' X 30' qui offrait une protection à toute la population est finalement devenu un obstacle pour les Dogboawo dans la planification de leur évasion. Cependant, ils ont finalement mis leur plan à exécution.

Après plusieurs consultations avec le vieil homme Tegli dans sa cachette, le Dogboawo a élaboré un plan. Ils ont demandé à leurs femmes de jeter de l'eau contre un endroit du mur tout en lavant leurs vêtements et leur vaisselle. Les femmes exécutèrent ce plan sans en connaître la raison.

Un jour, lorsque les anciens ont découvert que le mur était suffisamment humide et mou, ils ont décidé de mettre en œuvre la dernière étape de leur plan. Les anciens ont rassemblé tout leur peuple près du mur humide et ont commencé à jouer du tambour, à chanter et à danser.

Il y avait beaucoup de liesse dans la section Dogbo de la ville de la fin de l'après-midi jusqu'à la nuit. Vers minuit, alors que le reste des habitants de Notsie se couchait et que les percussions de Misego (Husago, qui signifie serrer la taille) étaient à leur apogée, les anciens Dogbo sont allés chercher à Tegli le cerveau derrière le complot de sa cachette.

Il a appelé quelques-unes des personnes de confiance plus près du mur humide et leur a expliqué l'essence de leur rassemblement. Il tira de son fourreau "l'Epée de la Libération", la pointa vers le haut, invoqua l'esprit des dieux et des ancêtres et dit une courte prière.

Puis il dit : « O Mawugã Kitikata, u  o na mi ne miadogo, azo adzo. (Oh grand Dieu "Kitikata", ouvre-nous la porte pour que nous puissions la franchir et partir).

Avec ces mots, Tegli a enfoncé "l'épée de libération" dans le mur humide et ramolli et y a percé un grand trou (motif de porte). Les hommes poussèrent et le mur mou tomba devant eux. Après que les scouts aient cherché des terres propices à la colonisation, les différents groupes ont quitté Notsie.

Les femmes, les malades et les enfants ont été emmenés en premier, suivis des personnes âgées, tandis que les jeunes énergiques et les hommes d'âge moyen sont restés pour continuer à jouer du tambour, à chanter et à danser. Une fois tous les autres partis, les batteurs et les quelques chanteurs et danseurs restants les ont suivis.

La dernière partie du groupe a marché à reculons sur les traces exactes des premiers groupes sur environ trois kilomètres afin que leurs empreintes ne trahissent pas leur localisation.

Après que le roi Agokoli eut découvert que les Dogboawo s'étaient échappés, il ordonna de les rechercher et demanda leur retour à Notsie. L'équipe de recherche s'est cependant embrouillée : suivre les traces des Dogboawo les a toujours ramenés à la demeure des Dogboawo à Notsie. C'était un plan brillant et bien exécuté.

L'épée (Adekpui) utilisée par Tegli pour percer le trou serait conservée à ce jour dans le cadre des insignes de tabouret de Togbui Asor, chef des groupes Dogbo à Ho, une ville du nord de l'Eweland.

Il faut souligner ici que l'histoire des Asorgli de Ho mentionne également un chef du nom de Torgbui Kaklu qui a conduit leur groupe hors de Notsie. En quittant la ville, tous les fugitifs ont suivi la même direction sans destination précise en tête. La majorité des versions citent Game, au sud de Notsie, comme premier point de repos.

Le reste de l'histoire de l'exode des Dogboawo de Notsie est racontée avec quelques variations de détails par toutes les brebis, avec une référence particulière aux colonies qu'elles ont fondées, à la poursuite de la migration plus tard, aux guerres qu'elles ont menées pour le territoire ou simplement à la survie parmi les personnes hostiles qu'elles ont rencontrées sur leur chemin, ou aux endroits où ils ont décidé de s'installer.

 Mais le résultat général de l'exode est la dispersion des brebis en tant que peuple du premier établissement qu'ils ont fait en groupe à Tsévié, dans l'actuel Togo, d'où sous différents chefs selon la lignée, le groupe s'est divisé en trois - vers le sud-ouest vers la Volta, vers le nord vers la chaîne de montagnes et vers le sud-est vers la mer, pour contrecarrer la poursuite d'Agokoli et enfin s'installer dans leurs maisons actuelles.

Le vieil homme Torgbui Tegli serait mort à Tsevie et y aurait été enterré. Ainsi, de Notsie, les brebis ont finalement voyagé ensemble jusqu'à une ville qui s'appelle maintenant Tsevie dans la République du Togo. Elle est à une vingtaine de kilomètres de Lomé.

Le nom Tsevie signifie « laissez-le pousser un peu plus longtemps ». Lorsque les brebis se sont installées dans cette région après avoir quitté Notsie, elles ont décidé de semer du niébé pour subvenir à leurs besoins. Comme par hasard, leurs nouveaux voisins ont commencé à devenir hostiles, ce qui a entraîné une autre décision de déménager. Un jour, les brebis se sont réveillées pour découvrir que des cochons sauvages détruisaient les fermes.

L'horreur et l'inquiétude générées par cette tragédie ont conduit au cri de guerre qui est maintenant transformé en une chanson : « Ayibo Pee, Hawo Pee !, Ayibo Pee, Hawo Pee ! Egble o, Enyo o, OOO !!.” Une traduction libre de ceci est : « Voyez comment les porcs ont détruit la ferme de niébé !. Que ce soit bon ou mauvais, nous nous en moquons, et nous ne désespérerions pas.

 Il est intéressant de noter que la ville de Tsévié tire son nom de l'épisode de la plantation. L'histoire est qu'avant que le niébé n'ait atteint sa pleine maturité, l'insécurité du lieu a provoqué une agitation parmi les sections de la population pour un départ anticipé.

Cela a été contesté par d'autres qui ont insisté sur le fait qu'ils devraient attendre, malgré tout, que les cultures mûrissent pour la récolte avant de passer à l'étape suivante. Apparemment, le désaccord a conduit au départ du groupe principal avec les autres restés sur place pour donner le nom de Tsevie à l'endroit.


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