Togo's February 22 presidential vote: Head-to-head between Faure and Fabre?

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The West African nation of Togo goes to the polls late next month (February 22) to elect a president. It will be the fourth successive vote with the incumbent contesting.

Faure Gnassingbe has been president since winning his first vote in 2005. He was reelected in contested polls of 2010 and 2015. CENI, the Independent National Electoral Commission, closed nominations on Wednesday and are due to announce a final list today.

The candidature of president Faure Gnassigbe is all but set as is that…
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