From hostage in sierra leone to human rights advocate

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RADIO NZ AUTHOR REVIEW | 5 November 2020

In this radio interview, Aminata Conteh-Biger shared her life in Sierra Leone before, during and after the hostage taking. She also shared how she rebuilt her life in Australia, her career in fashion and as a motivational speaker. She also gave a glimpse of her family life and how the birth of her daughter inspired her to build a foundation that helps Sierra Leonean mothers safely deliver their babies.

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From hostage in sierra leone to human rights advocate

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