Since being ordained a priest, the clergyman of the diocese of Atakpamé has held various positions, including that of vicar of the parish of Blitta (1993-1994); Priest of Kpékplémé (1994-1995); and special secretary to the apostolic administrator of Atakpamé (1995-1998).
He also directed the Agbandi Spirituality Center (2000-2002); administrator (2002-2006) and parish priest of Saint Augustin in Agadji (2006-2017).
Since 2017, the bishop-elect has been pastor of the parish of Saint-François-Xavier in Badou and a member of the presbyteral council.
Once ordained bishop, Mons. Touho is expected to oversee the Diocese of Atakpamé which has a population of 343,541 Catholics, according to statistics 2020.
The 13,900 square kilometer Catholic diocese erected in September 1964 is part of the ecclesiastical province of Lomé.
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