Dayo Johnson – Akure
Abductors of the judge of the Federal High Court in Akure, Ondo State, Justice Abdul Dogo, have opened a discussion with his wife and demanded N50million ransom.
Justice Dogo was reportedly kidnapped with his driver on Tuesday at Ibilo/Isua Akoko axis, a border area between Ondo and Edo States.
His police orderly, according to the report, did not accompany him on the trip when the incident occurred.
As the presidential election holds in Togo on Saturday, February 22, the people of Togo are sure that if the election is free and fair, it will be the end of President Faure who has been in power since 2005.
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Confusion set in Togo some hours after voting in the Presidential elections ended at 4 pm and counting started today. Dr. Agbeyome Kodjo, a former Prime Minister and the opposition lead is currently under siege after news spread that he was leading.
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It's being a very peaceful atmosphere so far in this dramatic but exciting election. It's being regarded as the best atmosphere during any presidential election in Togo's history for the past half a century.
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The official proclamation of the provisional results of the presidential poll of 22.02.2020 by the National Electoral Commission giving the 72.36% victory to the incumbent candidate Faure Essomzima Gnassingbe constitutes a grave violation to the sovereignty of the Togolese People.
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