AllAfrica's Amadou Mahtar Ba Awarded Media Prize in Italy

Amadou Mahtar Alioune Ba, co-founder of and CEO of the African Media Initiative, has been awarded the African Media Prize Expo 2015.
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Amadou Mahtar Ba, AllAfrica co-founder and chair.

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