Brigitte Adjamagbo-Johnson, coordinator of the opposition coalition in Togo condemns the country's new constitutional change, approved by the parliament. The change allows President Faure Gnassingbe, whose family has ruled the small West African country since 1967, to run two more times and potentially remain in power until 2030.
Hospital workers in Togo have been striking for better equipment and more nursing staff. The public health sector in the West African country is underfunded. DW correspondent Adrian Kriesch got a look at what that means in Lomé's largest hospital.