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Togoland

Togoland

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Togoland was a German protectorate in West Africa from 1884 to 1914, encompassing what is now the nation of Togo and most of what is now the Volta Region of Ghana. The colony was established during the period generally known as the "Scramble for Africa". The colony was established in 1884 in part of what was then the Slave Coast and was gradually extended inland. At the outbreak of the First World War in 1914 the colony was drawn into the conflict. It was invaded and quickly overrun by British and French forces during the Togoland campaign and placed under military rule. In 1916 the territory was divided into separate British and French administrative zones, and this was formalized in 1922 with the creation of British Togoland and French Togoland. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Mission humanitaire au TOGO 2014

Mission humanitaire au TOGO 2014

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La mission effectuée par des bénévoles au TOGO en mars 2014 concernant les soins médicaux dans le domaine du dentaire et de l'ophtalmologie. Entièrement financée par des dons et par les bénévoles.
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Togolese Protesters in Lagos Call for Eyadéma Family to Step Down

Togolese Protesters in Lagos Call for Eyadéma Family to Step Down

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Government of Togo (Presidential flight) Falcon 7X (FA7X) departing Montreal (YUL/CYUL)

Government of Togo (Presidential flight) Falcon 7X (FA7X) departing Montreal (YUL/CYUL)

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President Faure Gnassingbé was in Montreal for the Global Fund conference held in Montreal this year! He was then off to New York for the U.N general assembly. Due to Togo's financial difficulties, President Faucre rarely flies so being able to catch Togo 1 is a real treat. Sadly Togo doesn't own any of their own aircraft so this plane is leased for all of Togo's VIPs. Anyways as always I hope you ENJOY the video! Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/AviationCYUL Twitter: https://twitter.com/yulplanespotter (@YULPlaneSpotter) Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/cyulpla... Instagram: https://instagram.com/cyul_plane_spot... Email: cyulplanespotter@gmail.com ATC Included! Airport: Montreal's Pierre Elliot Trudeau Intl airport - YUL/CYUL Airline: Government of Togo (Leased; Dassault Falcon Service) Aircraft: Dassault Falcon 7X (FA7X) Flight: / Callsign: Togo 01 Registration: F-HLTI Livery: Nice! Runways used: 24L Date: September 17th 2016 Destination: Teterboro Airport - TEB liveatc.net COMMENT RATE SUBSCRIBE ENJOY the video! This is not your video, please do not use, download or re-publish without my permission or consent. © CYUL Plane Spotter / © Montreal Plane Spotting in HD All rights reserved CYUL Plane Spotter 2016
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GBADAGOG et Avinoam Hadas COMEDY - אבינעם הדס TOGO  email:icu@avinoam-hadas.co.il

GBADAGOG et Avinoam Hadas COMEDY - אבינעם הדס TOGO email:icu@avinoam-hadas.co.il

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Funniest Comedy in Lome (Togo) - GBADAMASSI et GOGOLIGO et AVINOAM HADAS HUMOUR TOGOLAIS email:icu@avinoam-hadas.co.il AVINOAM HADAS - Public speaking coach and Media training (International Service) אבינעם הדס מאמן להופעה בפני קהל ולהופעה בטלוויזיה - מומחה לטיפול בפחד קהל + 972-52-3374740 Gbadamassi et GOGOLIGO drôle sketch Togo - avec Avinoam Hadas (International Executive Development Specialist et l'avancement de carrière)
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Western Togoland... Anlos are from Western Togoland not part of Goldcoast

Western Togoland... Anlos are from Western Togoland not part of Goldcoast

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The history behind the Anlos not being part of Goldcoast but Rather Western Togoland. .. By Papa Hogbedetor of HGSF.
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BIAFRA: Togo, Ivory Coast, Sierra-Leone, Benin Republic Journalists storm Mazi Kanu palace

BIAFRA: Togo, Ivory Coast, Sierra-Leone, Benin Republic Journalists storm Mazi Kanu palace

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Watch this explosive teaching section with the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu as he blows hot again on the need for NO ELECTIONS IN BIAFRA LAND, REFERENDUM, OHANEZE NDIGBO, AND MORE. (IPOB Representatives From Togo, Ivory Coast, Sierra-Leone, Benin Republic And Others present Today)
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Ghana is is trying western Togoland. By a resting  some executive of it fredom fighter

Ghana is is trying western Togoland. By a resting some executive of it fredom fighter

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  • Updated: 19 Mar 2017
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It's Nice To Go Traveling (Frank Sinatra - with Lyrics)

It's Nice To Go Traveling (Frank Sinatra - with Lyrics)

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  • Updated: 30 Aug 2012
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Understanding the AU  - Togo

Understanding the AU - Togo

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Our "Understanding the AU" training reported by the National TV of Togo on the margins of the AU Extraordinary Summit on Maritime Security 5-10 Oct 2016 Host: AU Club Togo and Oxfam International
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Why Togo's is a unique franchising opportunity with CEO Tony Gioia

Why Togo's is a unique franchising opportunity with CEO Tony Gioia

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  • Updated: 26 May 2015
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Togo and the military problem in africa

Togo and the military problem in africa

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Togo and the military problem in africa Togolese soldiers patrolling for protesters to beat with their wooden sticks On Wednesday the Zimbab...
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Albert Essien, deputy group CEO, Ecobank, Togo

Albert Essien, deputy group CEO, Ecobank, Togo

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Intervene in Togo crisis – Volta CSOs urge Nana Addo

Intervene in Togo crisis – Volta CSOs urge Nana Addo

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Civil Society Groups in the Volta Region a have marked this year’s International Democracy Day with a call on President Akufo-Addo and leaders of the various Regional bodies to intervene in the crisis in Togo. In a statement, jointly signed by Mr. Francis Asong, the Executive Director of Voice Ghana and Nana Kugbeadzor-Bakateyi II, the Chief Executive Officer of Global Action for Women Empowerment (GLOWA), the group stated that the United NationsInternational Day of Democracy is annually held on September 15, to raise public awareness about democracy globally. This year’s theme of “Democracy and Conflict Prevention” focuses on the critical need to strengthen democratic institutions to promote peace and stability globally particularly in West Africa. “The theme could not have come any better time considering the crisis ongoing in our neighboring country, Togo. Some protesters were killed and hundreds wounded in Togo when security forces opened fire to break up sporadic protests against the ruling Gnassingbe family dynasty”. President Faure Essozimna Gnassingbe has been in power in the West African country since the death of his father, Gnassingbe Eyadema in 2005, who had ruled the Republic of Togo for 38 years. The statement which was also endorsed by WAIT Asogli Volta Inclusion Platform, Local Governance Network, Local Accountability Network and Governance Issues Forum condemned the counter attack by the Togolese government adding that it was an affront to the growing democracy in the continent. “Democracy strives in an environment where the rights and responsibilities of citizens are respected and governments learn to listen to the voice of the masses. We also believe citizens have the right to protest and that right must not be infringed upon. We the Civil Society understands Democracy to practically mean fairness, social equality, accountability and consensus building to benefit citizens at the grassroots. A government who does not listen to the voices of the masses is definitely practicing a one party state governance and citizens when suppressed results to street demonstrations and other unrests as being experienced in our neighboring country, Togo. The recent changes made in their constitution in favour of the ruling government to continue to stay in power is a denial of the citizens’ sovereign rights to choose who should govern them within globally accepted terms/periods within the framework of democracy and rule of law. This action is surely not a proceed of true democracy”. The statement further noted that the current happenings in Togo would not only destabilize the country but would have a rippling effect on the security of its neighboring countries particularly Ghana. “Ghana and Togo share a lot in common; geographically and socioeconomically. For instance, the various ethnic groups along Ghana’s Eastern frontiers have their extensions in Togo. The Ewe tribe in Ghana has one of its ancestral homes in Togo, and it is the largest tribal group in Togo. Communities in the Volta Region of Ghana during Cultural Festivals, pay homage to their ancestral homes in Togo. Patrons of the Asogli Yam Festival; touted to be one of the biggest festivities in the region, may not be visiting Togo this year as a result of the instability in that country. The situation would also affect cross border businesses and would largely affect the two economies, since there are many citizens who depend on these businesses for their livelihood”. The statement observed that if the crisis is allowed to escalate, Ghana, especially the Volta Region is likely to be bear brunt of the spillover. “It is on this backdrop that we, the Civil Society Groups in the region, on this day, call on the President, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, to intervene in the situation in Togo. We believe that, if your neighbour’s house is on fire, the best thing to do is not to only put water by yours, but also join hands in dousing your neighbor’s. By that, you prevent the fire from spreading to your compound, and you are also saved the troubles of having to provide refuge for the displaced neighbor” The statement also called on the African Regional bodies to intervene and finally shares in the grieve of all Togolese. “We also wish to appeal to the leadership of ECOWAS and the African Union (AU), to take immediate steps to avert further explosion of violence in Togo.We express our profound condolences to the bereaved families and extend our warmest compassion with all other victims of the unrest as we mark this International Democracy day”. -Video Upload powered by https://www.TunesToTube.com
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WRAP Togo captain, ANC officials ADDS more Togo, Cabinda scenes

WRAP Togo captain, ANC officials ADDS more Togo, Cabinda scenes

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(12 Jan 2010) SHOTLIST Lome, Togo 1. Wide of flags flying at half mast on street 2. Wide of street 3. Togo Team Captain Emmanuel Adebayor walking in garden 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Emmanuel Adebayor, Togo Team Captain: "Not good at all. Emotionally it''s very difficult, but you know, it''s part of life. Every man being got up, down, downstairs and you know, this one was one of the bad moments in my life. I will stay equipe (French for "team") and fight for this, to come back and play for those people who died for us. But you know, to be honest, it''s emotionally it''s very difficult to explain, it''s very difficult to talk about." Lome, Togo 5. Wide of Hotel Mercue Sarakawa 6. Togo football team coach Hubert Velud and technical director Elitsa Koadjo Lanou in hotel 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Elitsa Koadjo Lanou, Togo Football Team Technical Director: "During the tragedy, I can say, I closed my eyes and only pronouncing the name of Jesus, and I cannot tell you how things have moved on or not." 8. Close-up of Elitsa''s hand, injured in attack 9. Wide of Togo goalkeeper Kossi Agassa sitting down 10. SOUNDBITE: (French) Hubert Velud, Togo Football Team Coach: "There were two thoughts for the players with regards to the departure. One was to leave so that respect could be paid to the dead, especially to take the bodies back because we had undergone a great psychological shock, a big psychological trauma. It''s true that the first step was to return home quickly." 11. Close-up of Agassa 12. Agassa talking to team''s physical trainer Cabinda region, Angola 13. Wide of military vehicle driving down street, soldiers in uniform crossing street 14. Entrance to shop with poster of Angolan football team on wall 15. Pan across men sitting on wall, people walking down street 16. Various of people on street 17. Wide of police getting into car 18. Group of women sitting on steps Johannesburg, South Africa 19. Wide of Milpark Hospital emergency entrance 20. African National Congress (ANC) spokesman Jackson Mthembu and ANC national executive committee member Winnie Madikizela-Mandela taking seats at news conference 21. Mid of Mthembu and Mandela seated 22. SOUNDBITE: (English) Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, African National Congress (ANC) National Executive Committee Member: "We understand from the matron that his responses are quite good, although he still looks sick, but the prognosis as I said is fine." 23. Wide of news conference 24. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jackson Mthembu, African National Congress (ANC) spokesman: "The happening in Angola have no bearing on what will happen in South Africa. We are more than ready as South Africa and we are confident on the work of our security forces and the preparedness of our security forces." 25. Close-up of journalist writing on notepad 26. Wide of news conference ending STORYLINE Togolese football team captain Emmanuel Adebayor vowed on Tuesday to come back and "play for those people who died for us," after Togo pulled out of the African Cup of Nations tournament following a shooting attack on the national team that killed three people. Speaking to AP Television News in Togo''s capital Lome, Adebayor said it was "very difficult to talk about" what happened in the attack. The Togolese team was driving to Angola to take part in the tournament when gunmen opened fire on their bus on Friday. Togo''s assistant coach and team spokesman were killed, as was the Angolan bus driver. Eight people were injured in the attack, including goalkeeper Kodjovi Obilale. Three days of mourning have been declared in Togo and flags were flying at half mast in the capital. Other members of the Togolese team also talked about their experiences on Tuesday. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/4ef4000a080564d433fc081a86e5815d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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10"toGO - Indonesia Jaya Merdeka (Official Music Video)

10"toGO - Indonesia Jaya Merdeka (Official Music Video)

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INDONESIA JAYA MERDEKA Composed by: Albert Nugraha 10" to GO (TMTG) are ●Nicho : Vocal ●Yabez Febry : Music arranger, Guitar, Bass Executive Producer: Albert Nugraha Drum, Bass, Keys & Vocals were engineered by Yafet at Listen Studio Guitar part was engineered by Aditya at Brotherland Studio The track was mastered by Steve Corrao at Sage Studio, Nashville, US. Additional Musicians: ● Vocal arrangement & Backing Vocal : Bagus Gangsar ● Drum : Joel ● Keys: Gusti Setyo M Video Editor by Reyn Maxel Palese TMTG contact: 0817295926, 081283174137 tmtg.production@gmail.com www.twitter.com/10minutestogo www.facebook.com/10minutestogo www.instagram.com/10minutestogo/ Credits to the following people for some beautiful scenes in the music clip: Ilal Ahad https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jmlXdieZmtkfeature=youtu.be Didik Indrawan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6juKQZgYsPA feature=youtu.be https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAUak-LQbkU&feature=youtu.be Nur Hidayat - Kenunggg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJZT1GiNhvU&feature=youtu.be AFLCS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dc81P97zS4I&feature=youtu.be
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Interview with Dr. Laurent Sédogo, New Executive Director of WASCAL

Interview with Dr. Laurent Sédogo, New Executive Director of WASCAL

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Watch the Interview with WASCALs New Executive Director Dr. Laurent Sédogo. As of February 14, 2014, Dr. Sédogo, former Minister of Agriculture, Water Resources and Fishery of Burkina Faso, takes over as Executive Director of WASCAL. Dr. Laurent Sédogo holds a PhD in sustainable management of natural resources from Wageningen University, The Netherlands. WASCAL is a West African Climate Service Center under the umbrella of ECOWAS and financed by the Federal German Ministry of Education and Research. The ten WASCAL partner countries are Bénin, Burkina Faso, Côte d'Ivoire, The Gambia, Ghana, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Sénégal and Togo.
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TOGO'S New Primo Italian Sub REVIEW!

TOGO'S New Primo Italian Sub REVIEW!

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SHARE-LIKE & SUBSCRIBE!! XOXO Joey! Booking, Collaborations and Business Inquiries email Joey at: joeysworldtour@yahoo.com Chorizo Food Challenge featured on Tosh.O! http://youtu.be/VM8kH_AQCSg KFC "Quadruple" Down Sandwich Review: http://youtu.be/TFCr-lsuKuM Jack In The Box | Reese's® Peanut Butter Cup Pie REVIEW! http://youtu.be/dv1zC65i0c0 Wendy's® Tuscan Chicken on Ciabatta REVIEW! http://youtu.be/zM7aqtBjzx4 KFC "Quadruple" Down Sandwich Review: http://youtu.be/TFCr-lsuKuM Subway Secret Menu Item - "Pizza Sub" Review: http://youtu.be/1QjDl1rVzvE Quiznos Black & Blue Wrap Review: http://youtu.be/fu_ZL9e0ZUo EL Pollo Loco's Chicken Avocado Soft Tacos Review: http://youtu.be/rD1uFmIZUFg Wendy's® "Grand Slam" Secret Menu Burger Review! http://youtu.be/2JyI4HCbpFU http://www.tacobell.com/breakfast‎ McDonald's Bacon Clubhouse Burger REVIEW! http://youtu.be/1RDV78yGM4o Mcdonald's Secret Breakfast: Mc10:35 Review!! http://youtu.be/NfAtnoeGB9w Del Taco's Epic Surf & Turf Burrito-http://youtu.be/OSq0rjHf-JA Chips Ahoy! http://brands.nabisco.com/chipsahoy/#/home Lou Malnati's Deep Dish Pizza Review-http://youtu.be/zH68t28HjuY http://www.mcdonalds.com/us/en http://www.Facebook.com/joeysworldtour http://www.Facebook.com/teamdaym http://www.Twitter.com/joeysworldtour http://www.togos.com It's made with four hand-sliced meats: Fiorucci Hot Capicola, Margherita Pepperoni, Fiorucci Dry Salami, and Hormel Ham. Along for the ride are provolone cheese, Italian vinaigrette, shredded lettuce, tomato, red onions, pickles, and pepperoncinis on a choice of fresh baked Artisan bread. The first "Togo's" was opened in downtown San Jose, California, in 1967. At that time the sandwich shack was so small that only 4 people at a time could be inside and the sign out front read "Sandwiches To Go" with To Go being on the second line. In 1971 the shop was purchased by a college student. In 1997, Togo's was acquired by the Dunkin' Brands portfolio of fast-food restaurants. By 2001, there were approximately 350 Togo's sandwich shops, serving more than 25 different types of sandwiches. On November 30, 2007, Togo's was acquired by Mainsail Partners, a San Francisco based private equity firm, in partnership with Tony Gioia, a former president of Baskin-Robbins. Tony Gioia is serving as chairman and chief executive officer of Togo's Holdings, LLC. TOGO'S New Primo Italian Sub REVIEW! http://youtu.be/U_D55qEWrik
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ALMOK - Nononini (Official Video)

ALMOK - Nononini (Official Video)

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- Abonne toi à la chaîne / Subscribe here : http://bit.ly/2gcvhB9 - Follow ALMOK: *Facebook: http://bit.ly/2fu5qmc *Twitter:http://bit.ly/2fuf0Wq *Instagram:http://bit.ly/2fuczmr Togolese best female singer ALMOK, releases a new video “NONONINI”. In this video she is on set with South African best dancers. Shot in Johannesburg (South Africa). Directed by Nicky Campos; Song produced by Masta Just (Toofan) Executive producer: FANGA MUSIC Contacts Booking & management: Mail: thtoutou@yahoo.fr/almokmusic@gmail.com Lomé-Togo
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Kevin Hart Seriously Funny - Somebody Had To Go

Kevin Hart Seriously Funny - Somebody Had To Go

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Kevin Hart! Watch Full Stand Up Comedy Specials at http://comedyspun.info Watch Full Comedy Specials, get updated news on all new comedians, and more!!!
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AU must avert viol3nce in Togo – CSOs

AU must avert viol3nce in Togo – CSOs

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AU must avert viol3nce in Togo – CSOs Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in the Volta Region have called on the African Union (AU) and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) to immediately step in to avert explosion of political viol3nce in the Republic of Togo. They also appealed to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to intervene to avoid the spilling over of political crisis from that country to Ghana. The Organizations made the call in a press release jointly signed by Mr Francis Asong, Executive Director, VOICE-Ghana and Nana Kugbeadzoe-Bakateyi II, Chief Executive Officer for Global Action for Women Empowerment (GLOWA) to commemorate this year’s International Day of Democracy, which falls on September 15. The theme for this year’s celebration is, “Democracy and Conflict Prevention”. The CSOs condemned violent attacks by security forces on civilians in peaceful protests, and described the act as an affront to the growing democracy on the Continent. They said democracy strives in the environment where the rights of citizens were respected and asked regional and international bodies to move in and protect the vulnerable in Togo. The Organizations expressed their condolences to bereaved families and called for support for victims of the unrest as the world marked Democracy Day. Some protesters were killed and hundreds wounded in clashes with security officers during peaceful demonstrations aimed at regime change against the Gnassingbe family, which ruled Togo from 1967 till date. -Video Upload powered by https://www.TunesToTube.com
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Liberia -Togo : Alternance dans l’espace CEDEAO: Ellen Johnson Sirleaf (aussi) abandonne Faure Gna

Liberia -Togo : Alternance dans l’espace CEDEAO: Ellen Johnson Sirleaf (aussi) abandonne Faure Gna

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Liberia -Togo : Alternance dans l’espace CEDEAO: Ellen Johnson Sirleaf (aussi) abandonne Faure Gnassingbé ! Faure Gnassingbé ! L’Afrique de l’ouest continue d’écrire les belles pages de son histoire démocratique. Le cas en date, ce sont les Libériens qui étaient appelés aux urnes ce mardi 10 octobre, pour des élections générales. Mais le scrutin qui suscite plus d’intérêt, c’est forcément l’élection du prochain président de la République, censé présider aux destinées du pays durant les six prochaines années. Et la bonne nouvelle qui mérite d’être retenue, c’est la non-participation d’Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, qui boucle son second et dernier mandat à la tête du pays. Avec cette décision de ne plus se représenter, elle trace les sillons de l’alternance dans son pays. Tout le contraire de son pair togolais et président de la CEDEAO, Faure Gnassingbé, résolu à se souder au pouvoir, même dans le sang… Ellen Johnson Sirleaf : 2 mandats, et puis s’en va Les Libériens étaient aux urnes hier, pour élire leurs députés, mais aussi et surtout leur président de la République. Concernant la présidentielle, le scrutin est décrit comme un rendez-vous historique qui verra pour la première fois depuis la guerre civile, le pouvoir se transmettre démocratiquement d’un président élu à un autre, et les citoyens (2,2 millions électeurs) sont appelés à choisir entre…vingt (20) candidats. L’un des favoris est sans doute l’ancien footballeur George Weah, déjà candidat à deux reprises. Mais vu d’un œil de partisan de la démocratie et de l’alternance en Afrique de l’ouest, la véritable nouvelle de cette élection présidentielle au Liberia, c’est la non-participation de l’actuelle occupante de l’Executive Mansion, le palais présidentiel de Monrovia. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, la première présidente en Afrique n’est en effet pas en lice pour se succéder à elle-même. Elue en octobre-novembre 2005 à la tête du pays qui a connu de longues années de guerre civile, et réélue en octobre 2011 pour six ans de plus, elle est arrivée en octobre 2017 au terme de son second et dernier mandat autorisé par la Constitution. Et elle s’en va. Il y a une certaine polémique sur le bilan de ses années de gouvernance, certains détracteurs le présentant comme mi-figue, mi-raisin, surtout par rapport aux espoirs placés en elle. Mais loin de ces querelles politiciennes, l’unanimité s’est faite que Johnson Sirleaf a été une « bosseuse » et surtout aura changé le visage du Liberia. Elle a au moins le mérite d’avoir mis un terme à la guerre civile, commencé la reconstruction du pays…autant d’actions qui lui ont valu, en 2011, le prix Nobel de la paix. Tout comme le font ses pairs du continent, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf avait toutes les cartes en main pour tripatouiller la Constitution du Liberia, sauter le verrou de la limitation du mandat et ainsi jouer la prolongation au pouvoir. Mais ayant la tête sur les épaules, elle s’est retenue de le faire. Voici le bel hommage à elle rendu par le site français lemonde.fr : « A son crédit, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, 79 ans, n’aura pas tenté de tripatouiller la Constitution pour briguer un nouveau mandat. Mardi 10 octobre, elle ne figurera donc pas sur la liste des vingt candidats qui s’affronteront au premier tour de l’élection présidentielle au Liberia. Le résultat, incertain, signifiera nécessairement une alternance, y compris générationnelle, à la tête de ce petit pays d’Afrique de l’Ouest peuplé de 4,5 millions d’habitants sorti brisé en 2003 de quatorze années de guerre civile. « Après avoir soulevé tant d’espoir, elle est devenue très impopulaire. C’est parce qu’elle a annoncé assez tôt qu’elle ne se présentera pas que la rue est restée calme », analyse un diplomate étranger ». Chapeau, Madame ! Faure Gnassingbé s’agrippe au pouvoir Le Liberia est le nième exemple d’alternance au sein de l’espace ouest-africain. Il vient s’ajouter au cas de la Gambie et à ceux de pays ayant connu plusieurs alternances. C’est le Togo qui se retrouve davantage isolé. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, élue à la présidence de son pays en novembre 2005 et entrée en fonction en janvier 2006, est venue voir Faure Gnassingbé au pouvoir. Tout comme les présidents actuels dans les pays de l’espace ouest-africain. Mais elle repart et le laisse au trône… C’est depuis avril ou plutôt février 2005 que le Prince est monté au trône au Togo, dans un contexte de coups d’Etat constitutionnel et militaire, de massacre d’un millier de Togolais. Réélu en 2010, grâce à la fraude électorale, Faure Gnassingbé devrait se retirer en 2015, au bout de son second mandat. Mais il a pris prétexte sur les dispositions de la Constitution de décembre 2002, forme tripatouillée de celle de
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Western Togoland Independence Agenda Continues.

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