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Hassan Arouni

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World Service Trust Project Director

The BBC World Service Trust


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WHY PEOPLE BELIEVE THE MYTH OF PLASTIC RICE

news.gbcghana.com [cached]

Hassan Arouni, editor of the BBC's Focus on Africa, has looked into the "fake rice" rumours and says he's not sure whether people in West African countries are deliberately targeting food exporting countries such as China.
But he does think food safety authorities in West Africa are doing the right thing by addressing the rumours head-on. "I think that's the way to go and demonstrate to the public this [rumour] is not true," he says.


www.whatson-gambia.com

I was fascinated by many people- key among whom is Hassan Arouni of BBC.
I started listening to him at a very young age and fell in love with his voice. Ever since then, I was like I want to be like Hassan Arouni.


sierraleonecgtc.org.au

The debate will be moderated by Hassan Arouni, an experienced BBC journalist and presenter from Sierra Leone.
All related media productions from the event will be strictly governed by editorial guidelines of the Independent Media Commission and the BBC.


www.thenewpeople.com

Take the latest utterance of the minister of information and communication Ibrahim Ben Kargbo in his interview with the BBC's Hassan Arouni in the Thursday April 5th edition of 'Focus on Africa.'


www.africanwriterscenter.com

Hassan Arouni, senior journalist for the BBC African Services, explains the importance of the division of Africa's biggest country in two.


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