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Mama Burna speaks about her career, innovation and family

By Guardian Exclusive
07 October 2019   |   3:53 pm
Bose Ogulu popularly known as Mama Burna spoke to a cross-section of young entrepreneurs during the SLAY Festival 2019 about her career, skills and what has kept her going over the years.

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