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Citizens of the Republic of Togo, who are living in Ghana, have commended President Akufo-Addo highly for restoring peace to Togo.

According to the Association of Togolese Youth Living in Ghana, the President’s action is laudable and urged him to continue the good works.

At a news conference at Aflao in the Volta Region, the President of the group, Koblavi Kansu, observed that the political crises in Togo hindered development in that country.

“We believe that when there is peace in Togo there will be peace in Ghana, and when there is peace in Ghana there will be peace in Togo” he said.

“The violence could have brought the entire country to a standstill, but the commitment of Ghana’s President and Togo’s Head of State, Faure Gnassingbe ensured peace, especially during the elections and it’s worthy of emulation,” he said.

He said the two worked hard to ensure peaceful, transparent and credible elections in Togo.

Mr. Kansu called on political leaders in Togo to make decisions that will improve the living conditions of the people instead of what he called “the selfish decisions that protect the selfish interest of the leaders only.”

He was, however, happy with the renovation of buildings and construction of roads among others under the National Development Program (PND) in Togo.

The group called on all Togolese living in the diaspora to embrace peace and democracy to enhance development and political stability in the country.

He advised those living in Ghana and elsewhere to abide by the laws of those countries to raise the image of Togo.

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