Traditional Kings of Togo

Togo is a country in West Africa located between Benin and Ghana. It derives its name from the Ewe word Togo which means Behind the River. The country like many others are rich in African traditions and customs particularly Voodoo religion and their markets. They had several ethnic/Tribal communities ruled by Monarchs each with their... Continue Reading →

The White French Queen in Africa

MON NOV 6, 2006 / 5:05 PM GMT French queen of Togo village takes on witchdoctors Marie Claude Lovisa, a French woman crowned last year as Queen Mawulolo, speaks with journalists in Lovisakope, 80 km (50 miles) northwest of Lome, November 5, 2006.REUTERS/NOEL KOKOU TADEGNON (Reuters) - A French woman who rules as queen of... Continue Reading →

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