An deeper look into the arbitrary arrests of publisher Loïc Lawson and freelance journalist Anani Sossou reveal how they were in the crosshairs of the Togolese authorities for some time.
Reporting on theft of over half a million US$ from Housing Minister’s house lands journalists Loic Lawson and Anani Sossou in prison.
Togolese journalists Loic Lawson and Anani Sossou jailed following complaint by country’s Minister of Urban Planning and Land Reform.
Following the shocking judgement sentencing Togolese journalists Ferdinand Ayité and Isidoro Kouwonou to 3 years in prison and a US$4,860 fine each, the two have gone into hiding.
Musician Elias Atayi shares his journey to musical activism and how he uses his melodies and lyrics to spread the gospel of human rights in Togo.
Togolese newspaper “Liberté” continues publishing while appealing its 3-month suspension.
Citizens acknowledge that Togo’s digital ID programme may help curb fraud but are concerned with handing their personal information to a government with a penchant for surveillance.
Newspaper editors Ferdinand Ayité and Joël Egah arrested on charges of defamation are released, but face stringent conditions.
After years of intimidation and persecution, which include administrative sanctions, judicial proceedings and surveillance, Togolese journalist Ferdinand Ayité is imprisoned.
‘There is no private life’: Three Togolese journalists react to being selected for spyware surveillance
Three Togolese journalists – Carlos Ketohou, Ferdinand Ayité, and Luc Abaki on the #PegasusProject list of potential targets – share their psychological experiences of what it means to be under surveillance.
Togolese journalist Ferdinand Ayité is among 17 journalists from 7 countries who have filed a complaint with French prosecutors against the NSO Group for being a potential target of surveillance by their Pegasus spyware.
Telecommunications companies, civic groups and state entities in Ghana, Togo and Cote d’Ivoire harness the power of technology in fighting the Covid-19 pandemic.
Togolese journalists Charles Kponwadan, Anani Vidzraku and Romuald Lansou were arrested for interviewing a prominent government critic without authorization.
The bi-weekly “L’Alternative” has been suspended for 4 months by Togo’s media regulator for what it terms the “publication of false information”.