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AFRICANEXT 2020: Content creation and future of Africa’s storytelling

By Guardian Exclusive
03 March 2022   |   9:01 am
At AfricaNXT 2022, our panel considered the changing faces of content creation across time and explore the role of technology and social media in this evolution, focusing on what this change means for Nigerian content creators and what the future holds.

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