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Power 50

27 Jan 2018
Senegalese rapper, Akon, and Egyptian striker, Mohamed Salah, are the two most followed Africans on popular social media channels, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, the African Social Media Power Report: Top 50 Footballers and Entertainers revealed yesterday. The Power 50 which was combined by a Lagos-based sports communication company, CampsBay Media, weighs the influence African pop culture stars and…

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