Togo Gets First Woman Presidential candidate

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Togo Gets First Woman Presidential candidate


Togo’s moderate opposition Democratic Convention of African People (CDPA) made history when it endorsed for the first time, a woman candidate for the country’s upcoming presdential elections. There was thunderous applause as 52 year-old Madam Kafui Brigitte Adjamagbo Johnson was unanimously elected the presidential candidate of the CDPA led by Professor Leopold Messan Gnininvi, in Lomé at the party’s national convention. The party leader described the election of Madam Johnson as a historic event in the annals of Togo’s political history.
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