Three Togolese personalities are part of the African 100 of the year published by New African.
First, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Robert Dusey. ‘It aims to give Togolese diplomacy a new lease of life through a more active participation of its country in the life of subregional and continental organizations in Africa.
Then, Awa Nana Daboya, the President of the Office of the High Commissioner for Reconciliation and Strengthening National Unity.
A magistrate of proven talent, trained both in Cameroon, France and the United States, she is known to the general public only by remembering her duties as president of the Electoral Commission during the 1998 presidential election, writes newspaper.
Last distinguished Togolese, Paul Apévon, the leader of the Democratic Forces for the Republic (FDR).
A practicing Christian, prompt to make pragmatic political concessions, this elected deputy in South Togo wants to embody, via the FDR, the change of the political class to which the Togolese people are calling, underlines New African.
This gallery of portraits draws a plural reality of a Togo in motion.
New African (english version) March 2017