DW honors Nigerian reporter Tobore Ovuorie for defending the voiceless
05 May 2021 | 7:02 am
Tobore Ovuorie is DW's 2021 Freedom of Speech Award winner. The investigative journalist's undercover work has given a voice to those hushed in Nigerian society. Her courage almost cost her her life.
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