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Eco-soap is a hit in Nigeria and beyond

By DW
22 September 2019   |   6:00 am
Abiola Ogunrinde produces soap from natural local products such as shea butter and aloe vera. The soap is not just popular in Nigeria, but internationally, and has given work to over 300 people.

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