LOME, Togo – Togo's government says presidential elections will take place April 15 after delays and amid opposition to the president's possible nomination for another term.
The ruling party announced the April date on Tuesday and ruling party spokesman, Gilbert Bawara, said it is likely President Faure Gnassingbe will be nominated for a third term.
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