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“I know a lot about my country I know a lot because I care I know a lot about the people I know a lot because I’m here Nigeria my beloved country Working together is the key Nigeria my beloved country Her future is you and me.” This song holds strong memories for me, the […]Continue reading “Nigeria, My Beloved Country. — Emporium of Words”
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Thanks again my audience you may see some rebloging of my blog at the moment.
It take a while before you can learn new skills. There so many ways you can correct people without necessarily saying harsh words. So you can sell your message in a subtle way.