Faure Gnassingbé elected with a majority 72.36% of votes in the first round of presidential elections (provisional results)

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Monday, 24 February 2020 10:15
Faure Gnassingbé elected with a majority 72.36% of votes in the first round of presidential elections (provisional results)

(Togo First) - Togo’s independent national electoral commission (CENI) released yesterday night provisional results for the presidential elections. 

Leading the polls is the outgoing president, Faure Essozimna Gnassingbé, with a majority of 72.36% of votes (1,938,889 votes exactly). Just behind him are the candidates of the MPDD and ANC, Kodjo Agbéyomé (18.37%), and Jean-Pierre Fabre (4.35%). 

Just after the announcement, Gnassingbé who is the candidate of the Union pour la République party (UNIR), commented: “Thank you for the renewed trust.”

A total of 2,769,286 voters were numbered according to the CENI. 

The provisional results will be relayed to the constitutional court which will publish final results in a week. 

Votes percentage for other candidates: 

Aimé Gogué : 2.38%

Wolou Komi : 1.14%

Georges Kouessan : 0.77%

Tchassona Traoré: 0.63%

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