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African communities in Dakar: part 1/5

African communities in Dakar: part 1/5
 
Dakar in Senegal Initsogan/Wikmedia Commmons

Senegal has for many years been considered as the most stable country in West Africa. There has never been a military coup and presidential succession has always been through the ballot. Infrastructure is good and business is booming in the capital Dakar thanks to peace and stability. Today, hundreds of thousands of people from across Africa are based in Senegal for various reasons. In a five-part series, correspondent Sheriff Bojang reports on the lives of five African communities in Dakar.


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