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2 Dec 2018
It is very disturbing the way life is being lost in our society. The rate of premature death is alarming. There is no value for human life in developing nations, as people die needlessly and carelessly. Death through road accidents, armed robbery cases, cult clashes, careless killing through accidental discharge by policemen, strategic killing by…

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