Togo (French: Togo), officially known as The Republic of Togo (French: République togolaise) is a country in the West Africa region. (Guinea Plateau) borders Ghana to the west. To the east is Benin, and to the north is Burkina Faso. South to the Gulf of Guinea The capital city of Lome is adjacent to the Gulf of Guinea.
Togo has been a German colony since 1884, later in 1914 it was ruled by the Allies and in 1919 it was allocated into British Togoland. ) and France (French Togo). After World War II, both Togo territories became territories under United Nations protection. British Togoland merged with the Gold Coast and became Ghana. The French Togo region was granted partial autonomy in 1956, and on 27 April 1960 it became an independent country and Sylvanus Olympio was elected president. first
Lome is the capital city of Togo. It has a population of about 700,000 and is located at the mouth of the Guinea River. Lome is the administrative and industrial center of the country. There is a port in the city. The country's main exports are coffee, cocoa, gopra and palm kernels, and there are also oil refineries.
Togo is divided into 5 administrative regions, which are subdivided into 30 provinces as follows:
Togo's economy relies on commercial agriculture. and is an agriculture that has sufficient produce for domestic consumption.