Togo court confirms Gnassingbe won election

Togo court confirms President Gnassingbe won April 25 election with 58.77 percent of the vote

Togo court confirms Gnassingbe won election

World Bulletin / News Desk 

Togo's constitutional court on Sunday confirmed that Faure Gnassingbe won a third term as president with 58.77 percent of the vote in an election held on April 25, defeating opposition leader Jean-Pierre Fabre.

Victory in the largely peaceful election could extend the family's grip on power to more than half a century. Gnassingbe has been president since 2005, when his father died after 38 years in charge of the west African nation.

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