TOGO PRESIDENT FAURE GNASSINGBE WINS FOURTH TERM, AS RIVAL CLAIMS FRAUD

Written by on February 24, 2020

TOGO PRESIDENT FAURE GNASSINGBE HAS WON A FOURTH TERM IN POWER, THE NATIONAL ELECTORAL COMMISSION DECLARED ON MONDAY, AS HIS MAIN RIVAL ACCUSED AUTHORITIES OF FRAUD.

THE INCUMBENT LEADER TOOK 72 PERCENT OF THE VOTE SHARE IN THE FIRST ROUND OF THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, THE COMMISSION SAID, FAR AHEAD OF FORMER PRIME MINISTER AGBEYOME KODJO, WITH 18 PERCENT.


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