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24 Nov 2020 | 04:12 PM UTC

Togo: Opposition demonstrators to gather in Lome November 28

Opposition demonstrators to gather in Lome November 28; avoid all protests as a precaution



On Saturday, November 28, opposition demonstrations are to hold multiple rallies in Lome. According to media sources, opposition activists have called on supporters to demonstrate against the results of the February 2020 presidential election which resulted in the re-election of incumbent President Faura Gnassingbe for a fourth term. Protesters are set to gather in multiple locations throughout the city, including Boulevard de la Kara, Hotel Todman, Avenue de la Liberation, Commissariat Central, Marche de Be, Colombe de la Paix, Boulevard Houphouet Boigny, Hotel Sarakawa, and Hotel Sancta Maria. The exact details of timings are not yet known. Reports state that the protests will go ahead despite Togolese authorities prohibiting the events.

A heightened security presence and localized disruptions should be expected in the vicinity of demonstrations. Clashes between security forces and protesters cannot be ruled out.


Those in Lome are advised to avoid all protests as a precaution, monitor the situation, anticipate localized disruption near any protest sites, and obey any instructions issued by local authorities.

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