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75-year old refugee-camp preacher spreads the word on COVID-19

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In an attempt to spread awareness of the COVID-19 global pandemic, 75-year old Congolese refugee Djuba Alois rides his bike through the Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya, broadcasting his message through a loudspeaker.

Added on the 19/06/2020 20:27:57 - Copyright : AFP EN

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