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Num MZGG35NED / Komi / 15 years


My name is Abotsi Komi. I am fifteen (15) years of age, and I live in Senyakodji, within the village of Gakpé-Kpédji. I am a boy, and I am in form two of the secondary school. I do have quite good grades in in my studies. Gakpé-Kpédji is a village of the District of Zio, in the Maritime Region of Togo. Togo is located in West Africa. Her bordering countries include Benin, Ghana, and Burkina Faso. I lost my father when I was seven years old. As soon as my father died, my mother abandoned me. Then, my senior sister, who is in form four of the secondary school, and I have been fostered by our grandmother. Our grandmother farms to provide for us. Along with her activities as a small farmer, she runs a little store, and we do assist her in her activities. Today, she is eighty years old. Yielding under the weight of her age, she is no longer strong enough to carry on with farming. Though we help her, our crops have decreased, and our income is quite inadequate for us. Left alone to fend for ourselves, we do request assistance from you. Please, do help us to go further in our studies, so as to ensure a better future.

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Gakpé

Gapé-kpedji is a rural community of the maritime region of Togo. She is located next to Ghana about...

The village of Gapé-kpedji is near the western frontier of Ghana. You can get there via a track. An old water overwhelming the village shows that you are actually in the said village. Poor, an overwhelming majority of the habitats of the latter are erected with beaten earth and covered with metal sheet or straw.

The village of Gapé-kpedji is near the western frontier of Ghana. You can get there via a track. An old water overwhelming the village shows that you are actually in the said village. Poor, an overwhelming majority of the habitats of the latter are erected with beaten earth and covered with metal sheet or straw.