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Victoire Dogbe Breaks Glass Ceiling as First-Ever Female Prime Minister of Togo

Togo's President Faure Gnassingbe on Monday named the first-ever female prime minister to head the government in the West African nation.


Victoire Tomegah Dogbe, 60, replaces Komi Selom Klassou, who resigned on Friday.


A close ally of the president, she has served as his chief-of-staff since 2009 and held several ministerial positions since 2008, including recently that of development minister, and also chief of staff of the president's office.


Togo had been due for a government reshuffle since Gnassingbe was re-elected in February for a fourth term in office, but the changes were delayed by the coronavirus pandemic.


Source: Togo News

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