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Nollywood director Jeta Amata sits down with allAfrica and discusses working with international actors and increasing the global reach of the Nigerian film industry.
International Trade Centre Executive Director Arancha González spoke to allAfrica at the organisation's World Export Development Forum and Fifth Senior Roundtable on Sourcing from Women Vendors in Kigali, Rwanda.
Obiageli Ezekwesili, former Nigerian Minister of Education and World Bank vice president, addressing a BringBackOurGirls protest in Abuja.
Nollywood director Jeta Amata speaks with allAfrica about oil spills and pollution in the Niger Delta and how Nigerian society best moves forward.
Liberian Deputy Chief of Staff Gyude Moore sits down with allAfrica to discuss the stories behind the statistics, and the human toll the Ebola epidemic is taking on Liberian Society.
Toyin Saraki is founder and president of the Wellbeing Foundation Africa, a pan-African maternal health and wellbeing charity. Here, she talks with AllAfrica about saving infants, African innovation, and empowering mothers.
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