People in Togo speak French because France colonized it, along
with much more of West Africa.
People in Togo speak French because it was a French colony during the 19th century, and France, like most colonial powers, impressed its language over the existing languages of Togo.
Togo speaks French because it was a French colony from 1918 to 1960
AS THEY ARE ALL TOGOIAN THEY LIKE to PLAY CHESS 8
Togo and Benin are both in West Africa. They both speak French and use the West African franc.
A Good soccer team that beat Cameroon. They also speak french over there.
french people speak french but they don't only have to speak french.
Some countries that speak French as their official language are: France, Lebanon, Benin, Chad, Senegal, Togo, Madagascar, Congo, and Canada.
78.6% of the people in French Guiana speak French...
They speak French because they deal with French people daily.
People in Syria speak French because Syria was a French colony and they learned how to speak both Arabic and French.
in Benin how many people Speak French
Yes, people do speak French there, but significantly more people speak English or Inuktitut.
Cameroon, Niger, Benin, Togo, Mali, Gabon. To name a few...
Haiti Madagascar Senegal Cameroon Benin Chad Comoros Niger Rwanda Togo Republic of Congo Djibouti Mali Guinea
people speak french in Monaco