When voters in Togo head to the polls this weekend they will have to choose between keeping the Eyadéma 50 year dynasty or a new leader.
The six challengers lining up against incumbent Faure Gnassingbé, including favourite Jean-Pierre Fabre, face a mammoth task to persuade the 3.6 million registered voters to take out the leader.
President of the African Information Club, Louis-Magloire Keumayou, breaks down this high-stakes election.
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