On the eve of Presidential Elections in the Republic of Togo, scheduled for Saturday, February 22, 2020, the West Africa Election Observers Network (WAEON) has learnt with dismay the revocation by the National Independent Election Commission (CENI) of the accreditation to the domestic observer group, the National Consultation of Civil Society of Togo (CNSC-Togo). This revocation of accreditation, coming few days to the polling day, appears to be with no clear justification. The CNSC-Togo is a credible member of WAEON and subscribes to the Global Principles for Non Partisan Election Observation and Monitoring by Citizen Organizations and the Code of Conduct for Non-Partisan Citizen Election Observers and Monitors. CNSC-Togo had followed all the requirements set by CENI, recruited, professionally trained and received accreditation from CENI, and was preparing to deploy 600 observers for the elections. While condemning the actions of CENI, WAEON urges the people of Togo to exercise their franchise during the presidential elections. WAEON urges all stakeholders to ensure a congenial atmosphere for a transparent, peaceful, and credible elections.