Last week we reported on a docuseries that would detail the journey of Africa’s first Karate World Champion Shihan Samson Muripo. The production was done by a local content platform called Yakontent with the backing of First Mutual Holdings Limited. To get more on about the production I spoke to Tafadzwa Munyaradzi from Yakontent, Farayi Mangwende from First Mutual and the man himself Shihan Samson Muripo.
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3 thoughts on “Africa’s 1st karate world champion now has a docuseries & here’s more about it from the man himself”
He is such a good man. From your karate student at STAR LEADERSHIP ACADEMY
He is a kind man indeed