Lorine Towett

Lorine Towett

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Lorine Towett is a liberal-minded individual who is passionate about journalism. She is an aggressive and professional journalist who is focused on taking business reporting to a whole new level. Having gained hands-on experience through freelancing for various blogs, she aspires to be the most sought-after business journalist. As a business writer at Weetracker, she will strive to give a unique and distinct outlook of the business and technology news in Africa. For more details contact her: [email protected]

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