Togo's Prime Minister Arthème Ahoomey-Zunu (photo) on Wednesday resumed his duty after being absent for more than two months due to sickness, which necessitated his evacuation to Europe.
On Wednesday, he met with President Faure Gnassingbe to discuss issues related to daily running of state affairs.
In November 2013, the Togolese prime minister was urgently evacuated to Europe where he underwent a surgical operation.
In December, while addressing diplomats accredited to Togo, Gnassingbe announced that the prime minister was expected back in the West African country soon.
Seleagodji, 55, was first appointed prime minister in July 2012. He retained the post on September 6, 2013 after the July 2013 legislative elections.