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Nigerian model with tribal marks challenges stereotypes

By Reuters
06 November 2018   |   5:30 am
After years of being bullied for her tribal marks, and almost committing suicide, Nigeria's upcoming face model is promoting her perceived "imperfections" and hopes to become an international model some day.

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