Togo: Willibronde Telou became head of the High Authority for Audiovisual and Communication
(Ecofin Agency) - A new president was elected to head the High Authority for Audiovisual and Communication (HAAC) in the Republic of Togo. This was on last January 11, during a special plenary meeting.
During the meeting held at the above-mentioned institution’s headquarter, a ballot took Willibronde Pitalounani Telou (photo) to its presidency with 8 votes against 1. Appointed by decree on last December 19, the one who was until then Radio Lomé’s head, had sworn, in accordance with law, before the Supreme Court on December 29, 2017.
Willibronde studied at the journalism school in Cameroon. He then worked at the national television in his own country. From journalism-presenter, he became managing editor.
He has as well worked with organizations such as UNESCO, International Council of French-Speaking Radio and Television (CIRTEF), the communication branch of the Independent National Electoral Commission (CENI) of Togo and Guinea.
Five months after the Former President, Pitang Tchalla, passed away, HAAC’s staff is now complete with 9 members.