Drawing a global audience, Nigerian cinema highlighting issues close to the society’s heart.
"Yvonne Ndege is Al Jazeera’s West Africa correspondent based in Abuja, Nigeria. She spent 10 years at the BBC before joining Al Jazeera. Yvonne was ... a co-recipient of a United Nations award for journalism in 2010."
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