Toussaint Alain Right of reply: African Daily Voice did not publish these false stories

The director of the news agency African Daily Voice clarifies that his website is not responsible for several false stories that Africa Check have fact-checked.

The pan-African press agency African Daily Voice (ADV) has read several articles published on your site (in English) and available under these links:

11:48 | 14th December 2018 (GMT)

01:28 | 12th December 2018 (GMT)

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10:18 | 4th December 2018 (GMT)

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All of these articles contain inaccurate information, which our news agency African Daily Voice wishes to rectify in order to avoid confusion in the minds of the public.

Our company officially recognized and present in several African countries under the generic name “African Daily Voice – ADV“, operates under the unique URL, is foreign to the publisher of the site who illegally exploits our identity and logo.

Our press agency African Daily Voice (ADV) condemns these practices and reaffirms that its editorial staff in three languages (French, English and Arabic) are not responsible for the publications of this site, obviously specialized in fake news.

The brand “African Daily Voice (ADV)” and its logo are the exclusive property of the multimedia group called “African Daily Voice”.

We invite Africa Check to kindly check its information to avoid any confusion.

African Daily Voice (ADV) has entrusted this case to its lawyers in order to put an end to the usurpation of its brand and every resulting abuse.

Thanks for kindly respecting our right of reply,

Please accept, dear colleagues, the expression of our respectful greetings.

Toussaint Alain

Director, African Daily Voice (ADV)

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