Rwandan youth unveil initiative to help improve reading culture

In Rwanda, the reading culture is improving considering numerous initiatives that have evolved over the years. A group of young people have created a lifestyle magazine that tells stories mostly through pictures with the aim of driving up the region’s reading demand. CNBC Africa is joined by Alex Tushabe, Founder of NIB studioz to shed more light on this.

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