Senegalese novelist Mohamed Mbougar Sarr poses for the press after being awarded with the Prix Goncourt literary prize for his novel "La plus secrete memoire des hommes" -
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Senegalese Mohamed Mbougar Sarr is the winner of the 2021 Goncourt Prize, with his novel "La plus secrète mémoire des hommes" (The most secret memory of men), he becomes the first laureate from sub-Saharan Africa and one of the youngest writers to receive the most renowned prize in French-speaking literature.
In an exclusive interview with Africanews journalist, Ndea Yoka, the laureate, shared his journey to achieving the prize.