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When Nigerien filmmaker, Amina Mamani, lost her father Mamani Abdoulaye, novelist, writer, poet, activist and politician in a road accident, she was 10. She never knew who he really was. She never had the complete picture of him, she never had an inkling of what it meant to have a father, she never knew what made him tick, save from patches of glimpses and selective limiting portraits vouchsafed her by the Nigerien authorities and the powers that be. But growing up, she was determined not just to know her father, to have his complete picture, but also to tell the world her story….Click here to read full article

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