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Anime in Africa: Fans gather for Nigeria's second ever anime festival


Japanese anime is becoming increasingly popular in West Africa's largest nation as more Nigerians fans are getting involved in cosplay.

Added on the 15/01/2023 07:40:17 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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