At present, Togo no longer has a government team. The one in place, led by Victoire Tomégah-Dogbé, submitted her resignation today. The President of the Republic, Faure Gnassingbé, has accepted the said resignation and is already working for the formation of a new government.

May 23, 2024 – The West African nation of Togo is currently undergoing a period of political transition following the resignation of Prime Minister Victoire Tomégah-Dogbé. The resignation has been accepted by President Faure Gnassingbé, who is now focused on assembling a new government.

Victoire Tomégah-Dogbé, who has led the Togolese government since assuming office in September 2020, submitted her resignation today, marking the end of her tenure. Her resignation was confirmed by the presidential office, and President Gnassingbé immediately began preparations to form a new ministerial cabinet.

This political transition comes at a crucial time for Togo as the country grapples with several economic and social challenges. The appointment of a new Prime Minister and the formation of a new government are likely to shape the country’s future in the years ahead.

President Faure Gnassingbé, who has been in power since 2005, will play a pivotal role in selecting members of his new cabinet. It is imperative that the new leadership be capable of meeting the expectations of the Togolese people and addressing the challenges facing the country.

As Togo enters this new political phase, attention turns to the next steps and the actions the government will take to promote economic development, strengthen political stability, and improve the lives of its citizens.

Stay tuned for the latest updates on the formation of the new Togolese government and political developments in the region.