New livestock market inaugurated in Anié

Economic governance
Monday, 26 April 2021 05:31
New livestock market inaugurated in Anié

(Togo First) - Last Thursday in Anié, 188km north of Lomé, a new livestock market was inaugurated.

Financed by the European Union (EU) and the French Development Agency (AFD), the new market cost over CFA62 million. It can host more than 2,000 cattle and has an autonomous water supply system.

The infrastructure should enable Togo to “better structure its livestock industry while allowing thousands of herdsmen households to find better outlets and sell at good prices,” said Joaquin Tasso Vilallonga, EU’s ambassador to Togo. 

This, it should be noted, is the fourth market of its kind to be inaugurated in Togo. The other three are located in Adétikopé (in the South), Cinkassé and Koundjouaré (in the North).

Daniel Agbenonwossi (intern)

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