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Thursday, 7 September 2017

Internet Shut Down As Togo Protests Against President Faure Gnassingbé's Dynasty

Yesterday Thousands of people marched through the streets of Togo’s capital, Lomé, protesting against President Faure Gnassingbé. Amnesty International estimated that 100,000 people marched in Lome, many wearing the red, orange and pink colours of opposition parties as they chanted "Free Togo".




A government concession to introduce a two-term presidential limit through a constitutional amendment failed to dissuade the protesters. They want Mr Gnassingbé, who has been in power since 2005, to step down.


AFP news agency reported that mobile internet had been shut down in the capital but added that wi-fi networks were still working.


BBC Afrique’s Ata Ahli Ahebla reports that demonstrations took place in many cities and that more are planned for Today.


From BBC News

16 comments:

Miss Ess said...

A people united.....brings change

Beloved said...

😱

But how can somebody build room and parlour for Presidency??? Na your birthright??? Hian!!!

Love.Eating.Pussy said...

Finally the of Togo are taking the right step towards freedom from an archaic dynasty that has brought them no good.

The dynasty rulership is been used in Saudi Arabia and some parts of the UAE and it works.

This families in charge take good care of their people and allow economic growth in all areas of the country.

Why can't African leaders whose country are not running on a democratic dispensation copy this Arabs and make their lives better.

All they do is steal for their families and make their subject poor so that they can't speak up.

Glad the Togoles have finally woken
Up from their slumber 😎😎😎


LEP😛

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NaMe BeDis said...

It's a long time coming.

Biafra would suffer the fate of Togo if they succeed in their secession plans.

Destiny changer said...

17yrs in power.Na wah for African Leaders o.He wants to rule dem for life.And a lots of d citizens are in Nigeria doing laborers job.God will Punish all the leaders in Africa.

Handsome Beast said...

You are very wrong...

RIPUDEX Quality Slippers shoes.Wholesale & retail said...

The people of Togo are really in bondage. Thank God they can speak up now, maybe their mumu don do. Their telecom is monopolised by their government, which makes the country the most expensive country to make and receive local/international calls from. This guy took over after the death of his father Eyadema (Igbos named him Ete Eme), jailed his brother for the sake of power. Though I like the steady light, but I pity Togo too. Thank God they have the boldness to protest, I hope something good comes out of it.

Rappakatakata said...

Africa and Africans have got to stand up to and challenge poor and over-ambitious leadership.

Anonymous said...

How are you able to know that? Unity beggar.

Jeni_zee said...

I have even forgotten that there is a country called Togo sef

Chidinma Grace said...

When will Nigerians emulate such ? We are only at complaint and no action.

LenaFly Graphics & Prints 08078901057 said...

I tell u.. If my country can be this united against bad leadership and corruption.

LenaFly Graphics & Prints 08078901057 said...

We are capable of the change we desire.

Paragon7ven. said...

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Anyway how old is your daughter?

GOD BLESS NIGERIA.

Stella Igbokei said...

12 yrs

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