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24-Year Old Self-taught Ghanaian Photographer Wins $25,000

With his tuition savings, Aboya bought his first professional camera and started taking photos. His purpose: to change how people perceive Ghana and the African continent.

24-Year Old Self-taught Ghanaian Photographer Wins $25,000

Michael Aboya

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