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    11-Jan-2019 to 15:57

    Togolese opposition postpones weekend demos

    APA - Lome (Togo) By Nephthali Messanh Ledy — The Togolese opposition has announced the postponement of its demonstrations scheduled for Saturday.

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    07-Jan-2019 to 17:32

    CAF, FIFA chiefs visit Lome, Wednesday

    APA-Lome (Togo) By Nephthali Messanh Ledy — The heads of world football’s governing body, Gianni Infantino and Ahmad Ahmad, the Confederation of African Football (CAF), will visit Togo on Wednesday, the Togolese Football Federation (FTF) has announced.

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    07-Jan-2019 to 14:26

    Togo: Civil servants' census billed for late January

    APA- Lomé (Togo) By Nephthali Messanh Ledy — Togo will hold a census for civil servants between January 21 and February 20 2019, Civil Service minister, Gilbert Bawara said in a statement on Monday.

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    24-Dec-2018 to 11:21

    Togo: Huge win for ruling party in legislative poll

    APA-Lomé (Togo) by Nephtali Menssanh Ledy — The Union for the Republic (Unir) has won the parliamentary elections in Togo by a wide margin, winning 59 of the 91 parliamentary seats.

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    20-Dec-2018 to 14:09

    Togo: Faure speaks of ‘stability, institutional strength’

    APA-Lome (Togo) by Nephtali Mennsah Ledy — Voting in legislative elections in Togo is under way in Lome and other parts of the country, where 8498 polling stations are open for the nearly three million voters who will elect the 91 MPs in the future National Assembly

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    20-Dec-2018 to 10:41

    Togo: Voting under way in parliamentary elections

    APA-Lome (Togo) by Nephthali Messanh Ledy — Voting in legislative elections in Togo is under way in Lome and other parts of the country, where 8498 polling stations are open for the nearly three million voters who will elect the 91 MPs in the future National Assembly.

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    02-Nov-2018 to 16:31

    Kenya’s Safaricom posts $305m in half- year profits

    APA-Nairobi (Kenya) — Kenya’s largest mobile phone telephony company, Safaricom on Friday announced it has posted a 20.2 percent growth to hit 31.5 billion shillings ($305 million) in its half- year profits.

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