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Emanuella speaks about buying her parents a house at a young age

By GuardianLife
17 April 2021   |   6:35 am
In a quick chat with The Guardian Life, Emanuella Samuel popularly known as Emanuella, talks about winning the Nickelodeon's Favorite African Social Media Award, buying a house for her parents, and plans for the future in entertainment.

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