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11 Oct 2020
David came close to death in his numerous encounters, therefore, he knew what it meant to be delivered from the enemy’s hand in time of trouble.
26 Jun 2016
The fact that Corruption is in charge of our public affairs in Nigeria, no matter what party is in power, does not seem to have sunk into the mind of those who try to analyse our situation.
15 May 2016
The reason the lady came to see the Babalawo was because she was frustrated by the diagnoses that her usual Babalawo, Baba Efe, gave her was rather tedious.

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