Prominent Citizens of Togo Name Their Children After Personalities in Israel

Prominent citizens of this West African Republic are naming their children after Israeli personalities as a way of expressing their friendship toward Israel and appreciation for the training many of them have received at the Afro-Asian Institute in Tel Aviv which is sponsored by Histadrut. Israel’s labor federation. A former Togolese Minister of Justice has named his son Nicolai Moshe, the first name being in honor of the President of the Republic and the second for Israel Ambassador Moshe Livai. The infant son of N. Amagan was named Shalom after the Institute’s Shalom social club.

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