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Image caption Togolese people voted on Saturday for their new president. A Togo opposition leader has accused authorities of setting up fake polling stations in Saturday's presidential election to skew the result in favour of the incumbent. Agbéyomé Kodjo made the accusation against President Faure Gnassingbé who has been in power since 2005 when he took over from his father. The president's office is quoted by AFP news agency as denying the accusation. The results of the vote are expected by Friday. Mr Kodjo, former prime minister and head of the national assembly, also accused the authorities of ballot stuffing and getting people to cast multiple votes in Mr Gnassingbé's favour. Troops s... Full story

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