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Why are African Celebrities Silent About Political Repression?

Most celebrities are "everyday guys" who are affected by bad governance like the rest of us yet they are almost usually silent about it. Their silence is embarrassing considering how improved governance can potentially change their own fortunes.

Why are African Celebrities Silent About Political Repression?
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