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Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by Toroze(m): 8:29am On May 17, 2016
Orikinla:


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Her wining the Booker prize means she's good but I dunno bruv when it comes down to their works I was restless with Boy Snow Bird but with Americanah till I read the last full stop didn't drop it that being said as an author one of the crowning moments of your work is when a movie adaptation has been done on your work and if I'm right work has begun on the movie adaptation of Americanah and there's half of a yellow sun so..I dunno tho sha just my 2cowries

modified:
Just left her Wikipedia page where it states she is British even though we know where her true origins lie and amongs her many awards the Man Booker prize ain't there

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Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by chineduemmao: 8:30am On May 17, 2016
Nigerians, hm! hm! one nigeria, one on one nigeria!! just passing. observation complete, conclusion drawn...
Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by Toroze(m): 8:32am On May 17, 2016
I havent heard of John Muronye i think I'm gonna have to check him up, on Akachi rather i'd have to say I agree with you to an extent , Unless I'mmistaken JP Clark wrote "Our Wives Revolt" Good book
Orikinla:
[size=28pt]OP, JP Clark should replace Elechi Amadi.

John Pepper Clark, pseudonym J.P. Clark-Bekederemo (born April 6, 1935, Kiagbodo, Nigeria) the most lyrical of the Nigerian poets, whose poetry celebrates the physical landscape of Africa. He was also a journalist, playwright, and scholar-critic who conducted research into traditional Ijo myths and legends and wrote essays on African poetry.

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http://www.britannica.com/biography/John-Pepper-Clark

[size=28pt]John Munonye should be included.
http://www.britannica.com/biography/John-Munonye

Akachi Adimora-Ezeigbo has not yet achieved any greatness be on this list.

Do your research very well.

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Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by maggilove(f): 8:34am On May 17, 2016
AyamConfidence:
I've read books from almost all those writers before phone and Nairaland came into my life and took away my reading culture... I need to go back to the former times...I've read books by Wole Soyinka, Chinua Achebe, Chimamanda Adichie, Flora Nwapa, Ola Rotimi, Cyprian Ekwensi, and Buchi Emecheta .......those books made me more knowledgeable.... God bless those great people....I will build a library for my kids which must contain great works from these writers


(does anybody beat my record?? I don't think so)
I studied English and I was a literature major, you should know I read more than all these books, Akachi Adimora-Ezeigbo was my lecturer in Unilag.*winks* Are we together?
Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by Toroze(m): 8:37am On May 17, 2016
naijacampu:


Are you kidding me? Your are the funniest man alive.
So the 'award' that was given by an online magazine should be compared with numerous award Chimamanda have been receiving for over 14 years now? Please check the array of Chimamanda awards here - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chimamanda_Ngozi_Adichie#Awards_and_nominations
Strange, this is even my first time of hearing about that your Helen Oyeyemi ooor whatever.
Bruv Chimanmanda is good better than Helen in my opinion but that doesn't take anything from Helen she is also as good as it gets

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Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by HopeAtHand: 8:38am On May 17, 2016
I love this thread, the bashings notwithstanding, its highly informative.

Im not a fan of reading African novels but ive read the books of Elechi Amadi, Chinua Achebe, Buchi Emecheta, Ola Rotimi and JP Clark.

Funny enough, never read any book by Wole Soyinka. But for him to win the Nobel prize, he's up there.

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Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by organicfoods(m): 8:38am On May 17, 2016
okitejoseph:
Quota System has truly damaged the mind of an average Nigerian, Everything must and should be shared equally. Someone was even listing out Names of some Hausa writers who probably wrote there books with Hausa and where only read in the Hausa community, I'll fault the OP in some of the names on his List of Nigerian Greatest writers, but then 70% of the names deserve their position, At JP Clark should be on the list............ While some people out of tribal bigotry said Prof. Wole Soyinka should be ahead Prof Chinua Achebe because he has the Noble prize award, I mean that's their only excuse "Noble prize". From the topic the OP was referring to the "10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History", the emphasis is on "Greatest Literary Writers" and not the biggest award, if it were to be the biggest award, I will give it to Wole Soyinka any day but here is for the "Greatest Literary Writers" and the OP rightly place the Father of modern African writing as the number one. Common guys this tribal sh*t is becoming too much to bear.......
But what makes writers great? Awards acquired for their works is what makes them great and not insinuations and thought. I love Things fall apart and believe is one of the greatest novel to come out of Africa. For certain reason the author never made it at the Nobel prize.

Probably he never met the criteria to be awarded a Nobel prize which left a great dent on his resume.

The OP has no background history worth of note to rate any Author to warrant a front page. Like religion MOD should be sensitive to pushing gossips to front burner least they misinform future generations that will rely on the Internet for research. Cyprian Ekwensi and JP Clark are among the top five writers in Africa...where are their names in Nigeria's so called 10

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Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by shiimah(m): 8:41am On May 17, 2016
crotonite:
Mostly igbos, maka y?
Ana ama aka? Imaa aka, aka gi agbaji e...


Therefore, onwe gi iwe.... Igbawa door...



Igbos... D land of d rising sun.
Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by Shym3xx: 8:43am On May 17, 2016
Toroze:
You people haf come again please leave Chimanmanda for me biko, If you had said Ben Okri I agree with you but Helen Oyeyemi come on bruv and as to Wole being the King of them all you seem to forget a Chinua Achebe is also on that list...

I don't really want to get into this cos folks will most likely turn to a tribal dyck waving contest. And I'm not really familiar with Nigerian literature - apart from the popular ones. However, I'd say Ben Okri's "Famished Road" is one of the greatest books written by an African writer in terms of literary skills, idioms, story telling, and soul that come with African literature. He won the Man Booker Prize years ago - an award Chimanmanda is yet to get close to.

Also, in terms of literary gift...Helen Oyeyemi is much more gifted than Chimanmanda. I believe Chimanmanda just got a huge break with the help of Achebe and cos "half of a yellow sun" was based on a bloody civil war. And the world generally gravitate towards things like that. That's also the only decent book she has written thus far - the rest are trash and they lack soul. She's also more into commercialised crap than the art.

My opinion, people can twist it how they want but Nigeria definitely has a huge prospect to take on the literary world in Helen Oyeyemi. She's the most promising/gifted young African writer out there.
Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by naijacampu(m): 8:44am On May 17, 2016
Toroze:
Bruv Chimanmanda is good better than Helen in my opinion but that doesn't take anything from Helen she is also as good as it gets
Maybe she's good, what I said is that I haven't heard or read any of her novels and so are many Nigerians. I really don't understand the reason he said she's better than Chimamanda, must we be traibalistic in everything?

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Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by shiimah(m): 8:46am On May 17, 2016
AyamConfidence:
I've read books from almost all those writers before phone and Nairaland came into my life and took away my reading culture... I need to go back to the former times...I've read books by Wole Soyinka, Chinua Achebe, Chimamanda Adichie, Flora Nwapa, Ola Rotimi, Cyprian Ekwensi, and Buchi Emecheta .......those books made me more knowledgeable.... God bless those great people....I will build a library for my kids which must contain great works from these writers


(does anybody beat my record?? I don't think so)
Yes I do.... I have read more of those books....
I'm a literature student and reading is my culture... I only unwind with nairaland...

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Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by okitejoseph: 8:47am On May 17, 2016
ziddy:


You dont have any business talking about literature if you can't even spell 'Nobel Prize'

OP is an Igbo supremacist sh!tbird

1. D.O Fagunwa
2. Wole Soyinka
3. Chinua Achebe
4. Elechi Amadi
5. Flora Nwapa
6. Buchi Emecheta
7. Chimamanda Adichie
8. Helen Oyeyemi
9. Chika Unigwe
10. Remi Raji

You can as well make your own list on a new thread, but you guys eh!!! anything to put Yoruba ahead of others is acceptable, @D.O Fagunwa was just a yoruba writer, Imagine if the OP had placed "Pita Nwana" as number1 because he wrote the first Igbo literature, you lots would have claimed his works are not known........... SMH for you!

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Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by Toroze(m): 8:50am On May 17, 2016
naijacampu:

Maybe she's good, what I said is that I haven't heard or read any of her novels and so are many Nigerians. I really don't understand the reason he said she's better than Chimamanda, must we be traibalistic in everything?
Lol I don't think he is and you're right I think its because she's British before being Nigerian besides you need to read at least one of her works might I suggest Icarus House or Boy Snow Bird she's good but not Chimanmanda good at least to me.

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Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by okitejoseph: 8:58am On May 17, 2016
organicfoods:
But what makes writers great? Awards acquired for their works is what makes them great and not insinuations and thought. I love Things fall apart and believe is one of the greatest novel to come out of Africa. For certain reason the author never made it at the Nobel prize.

Probably he never met the criteria to be awarded a Nobel prize which left a great dent on his resume.

The OP has no background history worth of note to rate any Author to warrant a front page. Like religion MOD should be sensitive to pushing gossips to front burner least they misinform future generations that will rely on the Internet for research. Cyprian Ekwensi and JP Clark are among the top five writers in Africa...where are their names in Nigeria's so called 10

Like I said JP Clark should be on the list, I can't really say how he or she came up with that list, maybe he must have gone through their works and maybe influenced by what he got, I've read more of Cyprian Ekwensi's work, so if I'm asked to make my list Cyprian Ekwensi will come first while Achebe comes second, OP should have said His list of Greatest Nigerian writer........
Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by playtheblues(f): 8:59am On May 17, 2016
Can you even write an essay about yourself?

DropShot:

You could have 9 persons not even measuring up to 1 person. Show me their Nobel Peace Prize, then I take you serious. tongue

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Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by mysticgal(f): 8:59am On May 17, 2016
AyamConfidence:
I've read books from almost all those writers before phone and Nairaland came into my life and took away my reading culture... I need to go back to the former times...I've read books by Wole Soyinka, Chinua Achebe, Chimamanda Adichie, Flora Nwapa, Ola Rotimi, Cyprian Ekwensi, and Buchi Emecheta .......those books made me more knowledgeable.... God bless those great people....I will build a library for my kids which must contain great works from these writers


(does anybody beat my record?? I don't think so)
Really undecided
Sweet all the books by those people have been read by moi, so don't go all glory. Good morning kiss
Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by caxim04(m): 9:00am On May 17, 2016
Sorry, where is JP Clark on the list?
Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by tickles2luv2016(m): 9:00am On May 17, 2016
nedufantasy:
3. CHIMAMANDA ADICHIE
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie was born in Enugu on the 15th of September 1977 but hails from Abba in Njikoka local Government Anambra state. She has been called the most prominent” of a procession of critically acclaimed young Anglophone authors thatg is succedding in attracting a new generation of readers to African Literature.
Adichie divides her time between Nigeria where she teaches writing workshops and the United States. Chimamanda is a core feminist, she said “I think of myself as a storyteller, but I would not mind at all if someone were to think of me as a feminist writer, I’m very feminist in the way I look at the world, and that world must somehow be part of my work”.
Chimamanda’s speech for TEDxEuston which she titled “we should all be feminist” was sampled on 2013 before Grammy nominated song **Flawless** which attracted world attention to her .
Her award includes BBC short story competition prize 2002, Commonwealth writers prize 2005, Orange prize for fiction 2007, International Nino prize 2009 etc.
Her published novels are Purple Hibiscus (2003), Half of a Yellow Sun (2006), The Thing Around Your Neck (2009), Americanah (2013and We should all be feminist (2014).

   2. WOLE SOYINKA (Prof)
Akinwande OLuwale Babatundde Soyinka is an author, poet, playwright and a human right activist. Born on 13th July 1934. Soyinka has been a strong critic of Nigeria successive governments, especially the country’s many military dictators, as well as other political hittlers in Africa like Mugabe of Zimbabwe.
        During the regime of General Sani Abacha, Soyinka escaped from Nigeria and went and lived in the United States. In 1986 he was awarded the Nobel Prize in literature making him the first African to be honored in that category. 
He has written many books which includes The Swamp Dwellers (1958), A Quality of Violence (1959), The Lion and the Jewel (1959) and Many others, among his notable awards are Nobel prize for literature 1986, Agip prize for literature 1986, international Humanist Award 2014 and too many others not mentioned here.

1.  CHINUA ACHEBE
Born on the 16th of November 1930 in Ogidi Anambra state, Albert Chinualumogu Achebe was a Nigerian novelist, poet, professor and critic. He was also considered by many to be one of the most original literary artists writing in English during his lifetime. He is best known for his novel Things Fall Apart (1958).
Achebe became learned in English, though he grew up in a village full of Igbo language and traditions and colonial legacy.
Things fall apart was his first novel and remains his best known works. It has been translated into at least forty five languages and sold eight million copies world wide. Other novels of his include No Longer At Ease (1960), Arrow of God (1964), and A man of the people (1966).
 His final published work was the literacy autobiography There was a Country a personal account of Biafra. Achebe has been called “the father of modern African writing and many books and essays have been written about his work”.
Before his death he has received over 30 honourary degrees from universities in England, Scotland, Canada, South Africa, Nigeria and the United states.
Among his notable Awards are Peace of the German book trade, Man Booker prize 2007, an honorary member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 1982, he twice refused the Nigerian honour Commander of the Federal Republic in 2004 and 2011 and slighting bad governance in the country and in his home state Anambra. He died on the 21 of March 2013 in Boston, United states at the age of 82.  

source: http://www.nuelsblog.com/2016/05/10-greatest-literary-writers-in-nigeria.html?m=1

I remenber back in d very early 90s when i was in secondary school and living in mushin then, i go to the mushin local government library every day except sundays just to read books of these great writers.feeling nostalgic.
Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by cckris: 9:01am On May 17, 2016
Ans55:
Did he say Ola Rotimi was born in Delta state? I thought he was from Ogun state. But come to think of it, our northern brothers are not represented here, does it mean they don't have notable writers?
The North can be represented by Quota
Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by ziddy(m): 9:05am On May 17, 2016
okitejoseph:


You can as well make your own list on a new thread, but you guys eh!!! anything to put Yoruba ahead of others is acceptable, @D.O Fagunwa was just a yoruba writer, Imagine if the OP had placed "Pita Nwana" as number1 because he wrote the first Igbo literature, you lots would have claimed his works are not known........... SMH for you!

It's not about Yoruba. D.O Fagunwa is the greatest writer Nigeria has ever seen & you can always read the translation. Who the hell is Pita Nwana? grin
Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by organicfoods(m): 9:07am On May 17, 2016
okitejoseph:


Like I said JP Clark should be on the list, I can't really say how he or she came up with that list, maybe he must have gone through their works and maybe influenced by what he got, I've read more of Cyprian Ekwensi's work, so if I'm asked to make my list Cyprian Ekwensi will come first while Achebe comes second, OP should have said His list of Greatest Nigerian writer........
Cyprian Ekwensi is on the list. It would have been a sacrilege of immense proportion not to have him there. The adventure of Api written by - Desmond Ohaegbulam was one novel I read growing up... I read it twice at a go, it has excellent settings with vivid story telling style. Then we cherish books.. The guy with the latest book is well known all over town as we queue up to borrow.

Telephone conversation of Wole Soyinka was a poetry of intense quality... DSTV is killing the upbringing of our children.
Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by kannymoore(m): 9:10am On May 17, 2016
before Chinua Achebe, Cyprian ekwensi, Wole Soyinka, Flora Nampa and the rest of them, arrived on the literary scene in the 60's, I believe that honor should be given to the forerunner of them all....AMOS TUTUOLA : whose classical novel of magic realism " The Palmwine Drinkard", opened the floodgates of African ( not just Nigerian) writers works to be published in in the West.

he may not be the greatest of them all, but he surely does deserve to be amongst the top 10.

my humble opinion.

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Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by fratermathy(m): 9:12am On May 17, 2016
AyamConfidence:
I've read books from almost all those writers before phone and Nairaland came into my life and took away my reading culture... I need to go back to the former times...I've read books by Wole Soyinka, Chinua Achebe, Chimamanda Adichie, Flora Nwapa, Ola Rotimi, Cyprian Ekwensi, and Buchi Emecheta .......those books made me more knowledgeable.... God bless those great people....I will build a library for my kids which must contain great works from these writers


(does anybody beat my record?? I don't think so)

I laugh at the emboldened. Come to English department and your record is basically useless. Have you read up to 150 novels so far?
Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by cckris: 9:14am On May 17, 2016
haywire07:


My broda, I didn't know u noticed it too o.
Shame sef com dey catch me .
No northerner, just 2 westerners !!

I gat to make the west proud o. Soyinka am coming!!!! cool
Skills Acquisition don't spread by imposing Federal Character Quota System, which is DESIGNED to SHARE WELLS among the winners of the Civil War, against the VANQUISHED.

Na only you waka come?
Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by cckris: 9:19am On May 17, 2016
okitejoseph:


You can as well make your own list on a new thread, but you guys eh!!! anything to put Yoruba ahead of others is acceptable, @D.O Fagunwa was just a yoruba writer, Imagine if the OP had placed "Pita Nwana" as number1 because he wrote the first Igbo literature, you lots would have claimed his works are not known........... SMH for you!
Omenuko is a classic

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Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by teebillz: 9:24am On May 17, 2016
EdibleCatering:
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Hello, bae.
Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by GreatManBee: 9:25am On May 17, 2016
Amos Tutuola
He wrote the palmwine drinkard, ogboju ode ninu igbo Irunmale, etc

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amos_Tutuola
Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by Zico5(m): 9:29am On May 17, 2016
fabre4:



Nobel prize is just an award every writer mustn't be presented with the award to be recognized as the best take a look at times most influential people in the world , richest people in the world, greats in every field of life how many of them have the award even uncle Shakespeare never got it that is to tell u that the award is limited to time and chance
My God see response. But if it is chinua achebe that got the prize, u will praise him to the highest heaven. So Nobel prize is just an award, I don't blame u but ur reasoning. Go and google those influential people that have taken the award and their antecedents. U need knowledge.

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Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by okitejoseph: 9:30am On May 17, 2016
ziddy:


It's not about Yoruba. D.O Fagunwa is the greatest writer Nigeria has ever seen & you can always read the translation. Who the hell is Pita Nwana? grin

I asked the same question "Who the hell is D.O Fagunwa", believe me most people if not all don't know him, for someone you claim to be the greatest Nigerian writer....... His name should ring a bell at least, his name should be associated with his ground breaking work, I have a Friend his name is Oluwale Matthew, we call him Wale Soyinka, because Wale Soyinka is popular and is associated with success, during my university days I had this guy in our football team his surname is Achebe, that's what everyone calls him, till today non of us know his first name, it was Easier to call him that, in fact whenever I call him Achebe ''Things fall apart'' comes to mind. Hope you understand my point?

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Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by Toroze(m): 9:32am On May 17, 2016
Shym3xx:


I don't really want to get into this cos folks will most likely turn to a tribal dyck waving contest. And I'm not really familiar with Nigerian literature - apart from the popular ones. However, I'd say Ben Okri's "Famished Road" is one of the greatest books written by an African writer in terms of literary skills, idioms, story telling, and soul that come with African literature. He won the Man Booker Prize years ago - an award Chimanmanda is yet to get close to.

Also, in terms of literary gift...Helen Oyeyemi is much more gifted than Chimanmanda. I believe Chimanmanda just got a huge break with the help of Achebe and cos "half of a yellow sun" was based on a bloody civil war. And the world generally gravitate towards things like that. That's also the only decent book she has written thus far - the rest are trash and they lack soul. She's also more into commercialised crap than the art.

My opinion, people can twist it how they want but Nigeria definitely has a huge prospect to take on the literary world in Helen Oyeyemi. She's the most promising/gifted young African writer out there.
Loved the first part of your comment I don't want a tribalistic war on this thread either that being said I agreed with you about Ben Okri the guys is somewhat underated and if you noticed I said as much albeit not in as many words. Him over Chimamanda is understandable. Now unto the matter of Helen vs Chimamanda you're right her first novel was about a civil war and the world generally "gravitates" to such things, She, Helen is truly gifted writer. That being said Chimamanda is also gifted this is an excerpt from her Wikipedia page Adichie has been called "the most prominent" of a "procession of critically acclaimed young anglophone authors [that] is succeeding in attracting a new generation of readers to African literature" and her third book " Americanah" which I love so much was put among the top ten books of 2013 by the New York times so I think that settles the fact that she is just as gifted as Helen or better, she has achieved all this with just three books by the way compared to Helens five or six dunno now. There is something that I also want to talk about tho just my opinion but I would love to hear yours on it also. As an African writer breaking into the literary world and doing so with books whose plots are centered around an The African world is no mean feat it's one of the reason Chinua Achebe is held in high regard, that people all over read a book that predominantly talks about the Igbo culture or has its plot centered around it, which is something they don't understand but can now relate to because of the literary prowess of the individual who wrote the book, the ability for him to do that i.e. make that world so real to them is pure genius. The few who have been able to do this have become some of Africa's great I'm talking of the like of Chinua, Camara Laye and Wole Shoyinka. This I believe is one of the reasons that makes Chimamanda outstanding she mixes that blend of Nigeria and the World in such a very unique way, with such ease and is able to sell it to not just Nigerians but the whole world.

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Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by sixtus3606(m): 9:32am On May 17, 2016
naijacampu:

It's Anambrarians, don't be sure of what you don't know.
Warris did one saying??
Re: 10 Greatest Literary Writers In Nigeria History by naijacampu(m): 9:33am On May 17, 2016
sixtus3606:

Warris did one saying??
Anambrarians. Thanks.

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