Renowned Guinean journalist Diaka Camara has taken to her social media on the 13th November to celebrate her birthday sharing an amazing photo. Diaka Camara turned 42.
Taking to her social media, she said “I am beyond grateful to be here to another year. God is good Another candle,and a bit more wisdom. Happy birthday to me”
Born in Brussels, November 13, 1980, Diaka Camara was raised in Guinea by a businessman father and a lawyer mother. Born to a family with four siblings, Camara speaks fluent English and French as well as several Guinean languages such as Susu, Fula and Malinke
She began her primary school studies at the Lycée français Albert-Camus in Conakry. After obtaining her degree (BEPC) at the collège Sainte Marie, she emigrated in 1994 to Texas (U.S.) where she obtained a Bachelor in communication and journalism at the University of Houston in 2006.
In 2014, to participate in the fight against Ebola, Camara produced, in partnership with Unicef, the Minister of Youth and MTN Guinée, a 26 minute documentary titled 1 sauve 100, in which she met with victims of the epidemic throughout the country. The documentary was translated into many languages (sussu, fula, malinké, guerzé, kissi and toma) and broadcast on national and international television channels like Africa 24, but also at schools and youth homes.
Source : Marcellus Moses