The Cameroonian writer won the prize for her first novel "The Aquatics", described as "the inner portrait of a woman who reveals herself to herself and a profound reflection on the power games in contemporary African society".
The winner of this first edition of the Pan-African Prize for Literature was announced on Monday, January 24 in Kinshasa, at the DRC National Museum, on the occasion of the World Day of African and Afro-descendant Culture and in the presence of the Congolese President, Felix Tshisekedi, who is also the current President of the African Union . . .
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