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Umaru Sanda Amadu explores the tensions between farmers and Fulani nomads in Ghana

UNESCO World Radio Day on February 07, 2013 14:21

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Young Ghanaian journalist Umaru Sanda Amadu is using the power of radio to get at the roots of a long-standing conflict. His award-winning documentary, The Fulani Revealed, explores the tensions between farmers and Fulani nomads and the discrimination the Fulani people face.

Photo: Jasmina Sopova © UNESCO

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