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Mary Njoku’s cover shoot: Telling the African story through film

By GuardianLife
31 August 2019   |   7:03 pm
Western media’s inability to portray the African continent in an accurate light, has led to Africans telling their own stories by themselves. The medium through which the African story can be told is as diverse as there are messengers. One of the message-bearers of the African story is Mary Remmy Njoku.

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