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Ghanaian artist paints to save the ocean world

Kobina Nyarko is a Ghanaian painter who uses his work to campaign against the human destruction of the oceans. His work has drawn the attention of prominent people and institutions. Now he is hoping it will draw attention to the world's challenges.

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