Ethiopia, Togo to Sustain Bilateral Ties
[ERTA]President Dr. Mulatu Teshome said that the aviation cooperation agreement Ethiopia and Togo signed earlier bolsters bilateral ties of the two countries.
U.S.-Africa Summit Must Listen to Voices of the People
[allAfrica]In a guest column for AllAfrica, E. Gyimah Boadi of Ghana's Center for Democratic Development says the vast majority of Africans who prefer democracy over authoritarian regimes deserve to be heard at the forthcoming U.S.-Africa Summit convened by President Barack Obama.
Adebayor - I'm Getting Better Now
[Africa Top Sports]Emmanuel Adebayor cured his malaria. The Togolese striker hospitalized last weekend for malaria drops news Wednesday on his official social networks. "Thanks for all your good wishes. I'm getting better now," wrote Adebayor on Facebook.
Tottenham - Emmanuel Adebayor Sick, Banned From Traveling
[Africa Top Sports]The news came yesterday. Emmanuel Adebayor is ill, the club said on its official website. The Togolese striker has malaria and will miss the North American tour of Tottenham this week."The disease was detected at an early stage and he (Adebayor) responds well totreatment," said the Spurs.
Dove Wome - the Togolese Towards Supersport United
[Africa Top Sports]Dove Wome should not compete this season with Mamelodi Sundowns. The Togolese midfielder is no longer in the odor of sanctity in the 'Brazilians' since the latter have left him in South Africa while the rest of the group is training in Zimbabwe.
Tottenham - Adebayor, "Finish in the Top 4â€³
[Africa Top Sports]Emmanuel Adebayor's ambitions for the upcoming season. The Togolese striker has told the Daily Express when he took over training sessions with Tottenham last Friday. And to hear him speaking, no desire of departure, but rather another collective performance with the Spurs seems to be his prime concern.