Anecho

Anecho

 

a city in Togo on the shores of the Gulf of Guinea. It is the administrative center of Anecho Region. The population is approximately 13,000. It is the terminal on the Lomé-Anecho railroad. Industries located near Anecho include a mill that processes manioc for starch and the extraction of phosphorites.

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AnECHO investigation this yearrevealed investors in stalled Liverpool schemes could be left [pounds sterling]90m out of pocket - and that police were considering a probe into "investment fraud".
And once you become accustomed to an Echo with a display, you'll want them in all the places you'd otherwise put anEcho Dot(or you would if the Spot didn't cost $80 more than the Dot).
But after anEcho report, an 11th-hour deal was struck to save two centuries of tradition.
De Souza conseguiu escapar da prisao e foi se estabelecer em Popo Pequeno (atual Anecho).
Ele chegou na Africa por volta de 1788, tendo vivido em Uida, Badagri e Anecho, homem de negocios que deixou sua marca entre os povos africanos do Benim.
However, in 1926, the PMC was forced to revisit the question and request information from France regarding, among other things, "what were the Government's motives for treating with equal severity the twelve persons in question (some of whom were old men), whose activities, personal influence, or mere presence at Anecho could not apparently endanger public order in the same degree?" Appendix to the Minutes of the Permanent Mandates Comm., Ninth Session, League of Nations (No Document Number Given), at 230-31 (1926).
ROLE PLAY: DaveBrown plays anECHO journalist at the Mary Curie centre, Woolton.Picture: COLIN LANE
Everywhere he walks, the cry follows him like anecho: 'Go Phil, you're The Man'.
At Minas, peoples from West Africa, such as the Ibos or the Mandubi, were admittedly plentifully represented, but the same was true of those from the Congo, Cabinda, Anecho (Petit Popo), Angola, Cambambe, Kasanje, Gabon, Luanda and so on, who all came from Central West Africa, or those from Mocambique, Quelimane, Mucena, Makua, Makondo, Ronga and so on, who were from East Africa.
He was engaged in establishing a school for Mulattos in Elmina when, due to a political intrigue, he was imprisoned in Anecho. Compounding this difficult situation was the decision of the Dutch governor of the Gold Coast to fight a war against Dahomey.
AnEcho campaign calling for readers to donate family treasures led to hundreds of people calling the museum to donate objects and share stories of the city's past.