The opposition in Togo on Tuesday refused to hold talks with the government to bring an end to the agitations demanding an end to the Gnassingbe dynasty.
The opposition in Togo has vowed to continue with its protests demanding the exit of Faure Gnassingbe as President of the West African nation in order to end the Gnassingbe dynasty.
Opposition supporters in Togo continue to hold street protests demanding that their president, Faure Gnassingbe exits power and make way for political reforms.
Officials in Ghana have said that Togolese nationals who fled their country following a crackdown on protesters demanding an end to the Gnassingbe dynasty have started returning home.
The President of Togo, Faure Gnassingbe has spoken about the ongoing opposition protests in his country demanding his exit from power and an end to the Gnassingbe dynasty.
The government of Togo has announced plans to hold talks with opposition protesters demanding an end to the Gnassingbe dynasty which has lasted for 50 years.
26 Togolese nationals are to appear in court on Monday in Ghana’s capital Accra after police officers arrested them for staging an unlawful protest over the weekend to demand for the resignation of their President, Faure Gnassingbe.
The United Nations refugee agency, UNHCR has said that hundreds of Togolese have fled the country into neighboring Ghana.
The Gambia has joined the opposition in Togo to call on Togo’s President Faure Gnassingbe to resign as agitations continue in the West African nation for an end to the Gnassingbe dynasty which has lasted for 50 years.
Government officials in Togo have confirmed the death of four people after opposition party protesters clashed with security officials on Wednesday.