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Ghanaian twin photographers Twinsdntbeg to speak at Warwick Africa Summit 2024

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Multiple award-winning Ghanaian twin photographers, Twinsdntbeg are set to bring their unique visual storytelling prowess to the forefront as panelists at the prestigious Warwick Africa Summit 2024.

Renowned for their unique perspective and captivating visual storytelling, the famed photographers have become a symbol of innovation within the African photography landscape. The twins, Samuel Appiah Gyan and Emmanuel Appiah Gyan, have garnered international acclaim for their ability to seamlessly blend tradition and modernity in their work. 

Their photographs not only showcase the rich cultural tapestry of Ghana but also challenge stereotypes and highlight the dynamic nature of contemporary African identity.

This has, however, earned them an official invitation to participate as panelists at the prestigious Warwick Africa Summit 2024. This annual student-led conference, scheduled for March 2 and 3 at the University of Warwick, United Kingdom, promises to be a beacon for intellectual discourse, bringing together thought leaders, including luminaries like Professor Yemi Osinbajo and Dr Mo Ibrahim.

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In an Instagram post sighted by Ameyaw Debrah Media, the photographers wrote; ”What an honor to be speaking at @warwickafricasummit in United Kingdom 🇬🇧

God thank you for how far you have brought us . INTRODUCING OUR THIRD SPEAKER LINE-UP FOR THE 2024 WARWICK AFRICA SUMMIT 📣Get your tickets now for a chance to network and engage with our incredible speakers! You do not want to miss this‼️

Ticket link in our bio.”

 

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The theme of ‘WAS’ 2024, “Umuntu Ngumuntu Ngabantu,” translates to “I am because you are,” emphasizing unity and collective belonging. The Warwick Africa Summit, a premier platform for discussing Africa’s socio-economic and political landscape, recognizes the transformative power of art in shaping narratives. Twinsdntbeg’s inclusion as speakers underscores the significance of visual storytelling in fostering cultural understanding and breaking barriers.

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