A Kenyan television series, "Usoni," is winning audiences with a twist on immigration stories. The series imagines a future in which the sun is no longer visible in most parts of the world, leaving Africa as the sole oasis of sunshine. "Usoni" is meant to examine immigration issues and to challenge the common view of Africa as poverty-stricken. Lenny Ruvaga has more on the story from Nairobi for VOA.
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