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Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by kesonas(m): 4:51pm On Jan 03
just passing by shocked
Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by franudi: 4:52pm On Jan 03
Image laundry, these afonjas eeh.It seems there will be election in Osun this year.

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Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by seguno2: 4:52pm On Jan 03
deomelo:
[s][/s]No time allocation for ignorant and unintelligent trolls like you.
The Topic is not about WAEC, face Topic or get lost.

Did you not know what human capital meant when you used the phrase grin

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Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by Ekealterego: 4:52pm On Jan 03
Be it far from me to hate but this "report" from Financial Derivatives company is an insult to all the people who taught Economics.
How do you measure wealth? Wealth is measured by these indices: GDP per capita and GDP.
However some other indices like personal income, distribution and people living above poverty line is also great.
Then of course I checked again to see who compiled the list, then it was a small private consultant in VI and ALL in board members and 99% of the staff are from that region. Just Google them. If they had said Ogun state, I would understand but poverty ridden Osun, common!

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Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by ArcFresky(m): 4:54pm On Jan 03
BenzEne1:




How many times will we tell you folks that the oil is not for Niger Delta. It is Nigeria's oil dude. So they do have to depend on it. Only osun had allocation in millions you know, all these ND states had billions as allocation. Aregbesola is really trying. I'm a witness to the educational.revolution. It is an eye opener. Stop hating.

Dude that guy is ignorant.
Why dont they use the oil allocation to improve N.D states
Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by missbestie: 4:54pm On Jan 03
uglyafonja:
Nonsense......

Upon all the educational infrastructure, Osun still rank 29th out of 36 state...

What indices are they using

Workers are not been paid.....
They collected bail out fund and still depends on Niger delta oil for survival.....
Lol
Rubbish post from AFONJA media

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Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by deomelo: 4:57pm On Jan 03
seguno2:


Did you not know what human capital meant when you used the phrase grin



Osun ranks second in human capital on Nigeria’s first sub-national competitiveness index


https://www.vanguardngr.com/2017/11/osun-ranks-second-in-human-capital-on-nigerias-first-sub-national-competitiveness-index/


Ignorant ipob illiterate, the phrase didn't come from me, it came from National Competitiveness Council of Nigeria.

You really don't have to bore me with your pain and sorrow...

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Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by zynzyn(m): 4:58pm On Jan 03
Ogbeni Rauf. WEDON SIR!!

I will always admire this guy for entering same trouser with Strongman Olagunsoye Oyinlola and emerging tops! Bigups!

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Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by MrIcredible: 5:00pm On Jan 03
uglyafonja:
What wealth

A state that is filled with brown roof dilapidated houses without toilets...

How many billionaires do we have in Osun, those that made their money from Osun...

A state were all the indegienes are claiming to come from Lagos....

This is a total rubbish from AFONJA media
All this frustrated OSU pigs Sha.... Smh

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Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by deomelo: 5:00pm On Jan 03
Ekealterego:
Be it far from me to hate but this "report" from Financial Derivatives company is an insult to all the people who taught Economics.
How do you measure wealth? Wealth is measured by these indices: GDP per capita and GDP.
However some other indices like personal income, distribution and people living above poverty line is also great.



Sorry, these are experts in their field and scope of operations, but you not in anyway shape or form.

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Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by iblawi(m): 5:00pm On Jan 03
willynilly87:
I m from Osun state, I work in Uyo, I m in Osogbo now, the op was paid to write all these trash, Osun people are very poor, Aregbe has turned them to beggars, they are really suffering, come to Osogbo and see the number of people that put up their cars for sale to pay school fees. Anybody supporting paying half salary for the past 29th month is evil. Go check waec results and see osun performance. Aregbe is a disaster to us in Osun, he paid the writer because of this year election. Go and check the debt profile of osun state and add to the salary he own workers, is then you will understand the op was paid to write all those trash. I see osun as a village compare to States in the south south and South east. I have been to all those States, I know what I m talking about. Osogbo the state capital can not stand beside those states capital.

Potor boy spotted

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Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by femolii: 5:01pm On Jan 03
uglyafonja:
Nonsense......

Upon all the educational infrastructure, Osun still rank 29th out of 36 state...

What indices are they using

Workers are not been paid.....
They collected bail out fund and still depends on Niger delta oil for survival.....

Rubbish post from AFONJA media
Hate will kill you osu.

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Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by MrIcredible: 5:01pm On Jan 03
uglyafonja:
What infrastructure are they talking about.....

Some idiots will just stay in their brown roof republic and be typing trash.....

Some dudes that refuses to travel out thinks Nigeria start with Lagos and ends in Ibadan....
I just deleted all your stupld posts grin
Ntor tongue

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Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by FlyoruB: 5:02pm On Jan 03
uglyafonja:
Nonsense......

Upon all the educational infrastructure, Osun still rank 29th out of 36 state...

What indices are they using

Workers are not been paid.....
They collected bail out fund and still depends on Niger delta oil for survival.....

Rubbish post from AFONJA media

uglyafonja:
What wealth

A state that is filled with brown roof dilapidated houses without toilets...

How many billionaires do we have in Osun, those that made their money from Osun...

A state were all the indegienes are claiming to come from Lagos....

This is a total rubbish from AFONJA media

uglyafonja:
A state that is filled with beggars just like Ibadan....

A state that the indegienes looks hungry....

God saved the AFONJA analyzer, that he ended his comparison with Ogun Lagos and taraba...

Had it been he went further he would have been dealt with

Damn!

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Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by emmie14: 5:03pm On Jan 03
deomelo:




I shook my head at that unintelligent rubbish.


Sometimes I wonder about their mental stability.
Flyover and hotel are counted as infrastructural development in a state. What about drinking bars and gutters?
Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by cusBeta: 5:03pm On Jan 03
lolz. interesting ! why are most of the constructed schools having brown roof. hmmm Afonja and brown roof... nawa o.

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Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by fortunes0215(m): 5:03pm On Jan 03
uglyafonja:
Nonsense......

Upon all the educational infrastructure, Osun still rank 29th out of 36 state...

What indices are they using

Workers are not been paid.....
They collected bail out fund and still depends on Niger delta oil for survival.....

Rubbish post from AFONJA media

See your mouth like...

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Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by deomelo: 5:04pm On Jan 03
Nigeria: Using Education to Eradicate Poverty


The United Nations' Global Multi-Dimensional Poverty Index which ranked Osun State second richest state has three measurements and 10 indicators in evaluating overall poverty.

Every measurement is similarly weighted; every indicator within a measurement is additionally weighted, and included.

It uses 10 indicators to measure poverty in three dimensions: education, health and living standards. The United Nations Global multi dimensional poverty index published a report based on the poverty rate of Nigerian states that ranked Osun State second richest state. According to the Federal Bureau of Statistics, quality and functional education are panacea to poverty eradication. Osun State as part of its commitment to education is building many elementary schools, middle schools and 11 high schools to equip children with skills to eradicate poverty

Osun education under Governor Rauf Aregbesola has developed human capabilities in areas such as health, education, agriculture, finance, transportation, commerce and governance that are needed to eradicate poverty. Osun elementary, middle and high education empowered people to improve their social, cultural and economic status. Huge investment in education and skills acquired increased opportunities for economic growth and is therefore a key prerequisite for poverty eradication.

The priority that Aregbesola's administration gives to the development of education in Osun has inspired many initiatives that have brought marked differences to the grooming of minds. The blueprint that emerged from the Education Summit the administration organised in the first year of its assumption of office provides useful direction for its drive to reposition education in the state. From huge investments in instructional materials and teaching aids, crucial changes in curriculums, corrective restructuring of schools into Elementary, Middle, and High in conformity with international best practices in school management, to the construction of mega schools, the administration moves on to ensure that public schools in the state become virile emporiums of sustainable capacity-building to eradicate poverty. In the last six years, remarkable successes have been recorded and rich lessons distilled from low points.

What exists in Osun in terms of educational infrastructure development is not symbolism but substance in developing IT and other careers to eradicate poverty.[/b]

[b]Educational system in the State of Osun under the leadership of Aregbesola has introduced several innovations that are need to eradicate poverty which have received accolades home and abroad. The massive construction of new schools, Osun School Feeding Programmes (OMEAL), introduction of Opon Imo amongst other innovations have not only placed Osun on the world map of educational development, it has prepared ground for a brighter future for the students of public schools in the state by eradicating poverty. Governor Aregbesola had said that the education revolution was part of his administration's resolves to build a new man in every child in the state, a decision which he said would help to sustain the future of the state and eradicate poverty.


The state-of-the-art schools which were and others currently being built are of the world standard with all the facilities required in the 21st century standard educational institute anywhere in the world to eradicate poverty. With the quality of the schools, no one would ever believe that such could exist in Nigeria, except you are there[/b].

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The Aregbesola's administration championed the inspiring innovations through the ground breaking project which is meant to utilise ICT and concisely tackle learning problems to eradicate poverty. The state, through its Opón Ìmò Technology Enhanced Learning System (OTELS), has developed a learning tool that could revolutionise learning in developing states around the world to eradicate poverty.



http://allafrica.com/stories/201711140830.html



EVerywhere you look, it's the same positive news and outllok for Osun state.

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Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by AFONJAPIG(f): 5:04pm On Jan 03
so all this skull mining business no lift their standard of living

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Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by Misterdhee1(m): 5:05pm On Jan 03
ValUlasi:
Osun is more or less a rural state, i wonder where they are getting all these data and stats. More than half of the houses in Osun does not have toilets. More than 70% of houses in Osun state are mud houses covered with rustic roofs.
Lol..From the stable of Ipob Bureau of Statistics

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Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by iblawi(m): 5:08pm On Jan 03
cusBeta:
lolz. interesting ! why are most of the constructed schools having brown roof. hmmm Afonja and brown roof... nawa o.

I posted schools and roads because the fool talked about education, roads and bridges in Ebonyi state. I just wanted him to know he's a fool.

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Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by ogene144: 5:09pm On Jan 03
uglyafonja:
Comparing Abakalike and Oshogbo in infrastructure.......

1) Ebonyi state is 7th in education while Osun is 29th

2) Abakalike have three flyover while Oshogbo have none

3) Abakalike have 3 shopping mall while Oshogbo have none

4) Abakalike have an international market while Oshogbo have none

5) Abakalike have nice hotels than Oshogbo....Fact

6) Abakalike is far more beautiful than Oshogbo.....Fact

More to come
bro u gat no point ave u been to osun state before y nt pay a visit 1 day and stop this hate speech we r omoluabi we r calm and gentle .....

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Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by deomelo: 5:10pm On Jan 03
Osun exceeds global standard for GDP to infrastructure ratio – Engineers



Civil Engineers have lauded the performance of Governor Rauf Aregbesola especially in the realm of ground breaking infrastructural facilities across the State of Osun. This is coming as the Engineers declared that the administration of Governor Aregbesola has exceeded Global Standard for GDP-to-Infrastructure Ratio with the several completed and ongoing infrastructural projects that ducts the state. Governor Ogbeni laying the foundation At a dinner of the association in Osogbo, A former Deputy Vice Chancellor, Ekiti State University, Prof Olugbenga Aribisala who spoke on the theme “Infrastructural Development: An Index For National Development” encouraged government to spend 6% of its GDP on Infrastructure. At the event, the Engineers acknowledged the uncommon record of the Governor in giving Osun the needed infrastructural facelift for economic growth. Aribisala said that “The Osun State Government has shown a very great example of government funding for infrastructural projects.


I want to state here unequivocally that Osun State has exceeded the figure recommended for infrastructure development.” According to him, diversification of the economy will remain impossible without infrastructure. Also, the National Chairman, Nigerian Institution Of Civil Engineers, Andem Ekpo-Bassey, commended the level of infrastructure development in the state. “From what I saw today, it is very impressive to me. There are some projects that are recreational projects, there are some projects which are political projects but there are some projects that are human driven projects. These are the kinds of projects that your Governor has really done.” “As an institution revolving in policy and recommendations, we can rightly confirm that seven years of his government in the state has been numerous number of big civil engineering projects across the State of Osun.” Governor Rauf Aregbesola was at the event presented with an Award of Grand Achiever Of Infrastructural Development.


https://www.vanguardngr.com/2017/12/osun-exceeds-global-standard-gdp-infrastructure-ratio-engineers/



Even the same high marks from the Nigerian Institution Of Civil Engineers



Are these folks and all the different institutions part of the propaganda or they are all seeying the same positive development in Osun satte?

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Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by deomelo: 5:22pm On Jan 03
Osun has moved forward under your watch -Nigeria Guild Of Editors tells Aregbesola

ON MARCH 20, 20171:36 PMIN NEWS



[b]Governor of Osun, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, was on Saturday described as a visionary governor who has not only opened Osun to the entire world but has also set the state on the right pedestal of development.


President, Nigerian Guild of Editors, Mrs Funke Egbemode, stated this in Osogbo, when she led the NGE Standing Committee members to an inspection of state projects across some parts of the state.

This was as the Governor attributed the nation’s economic problem and the poverty ravaging millions of people to lack of productivity. Some of the gigantic projects visited by the NGE team include the 18 kilometre Oba Adesoji Aderemi East By-Pass; 3,000 students capacity Ataoja Government High School, Osogbo Government High School, Nelson Mandela Freedom Park and Atewogbeja Fountain, rehabilitated Nigeria Railway Terminus and park.


Egbemode attributed the development and progress of the State to the atmosphere of peace and security being enjoyed in the state. Egbemode, who is also the Managing Director of the New Telegraph Newspaper, said however ambitious any chief executive of a state is, he can only achieve little without peace and security.[/b]

[b]She said it is obvious that something has changed in Osun and there has been a significant improvement in terms of infrastructures in the state since the present administration came on board. She added that it is gratifying to know that the state of Osun especially the state capital is now looking more clean, developed and beautiful. Mrs Egbemode, who observed that the state has moved forward tremendously under Aregbesola, stressed that she is always impressed by any government who is passionately working to leave the state better than it met it. T


he President of the Guild of Editors also commended the Governor for attracting businesses and investors into the state through its various masses-friendly programmes such as the Osun school feeding programme, Osun Youth empowerment scheme among others. She said, “Obviously so many things have changed in Osun. I am from this state and I come home occasionally and each time I come there is always a new thing to see. “I am so happy that we now have a cleaner and more beautiful state, it is great to see that there is a lot of improvement in Osun. “A governor that is able to attract businesses and investors to his state through direct masses-oriented programmes like the O’Meal, Oyes and others has done well.” Mrs Egbemode also commended the efforts of the Aregbesola administration for making the state one of the safest in the country, noting that it is a pointer to the fact that youths in the state are well engaged.[/b]

According to her, “One thing is obvious, weather you are in Osun or you are outside the state reading about Osun, you definitely have a feeling that it is a secured state. “And one good thing about a peaceful and secured state is that it attracts investors to the state because a peaceful and secured environment helps business to thrive. “By and large, your government has done well for the people of Osun and we urge you to do more” she said.


https://www.vanguardngr.com/2017/03/osun-moved-forward-watch-nigeria-guild-editors-tells-aregbesola/


Even the Nigeria Guild Of Editors jumped on the Osun state. Aregbesola band wagon..



Are they all lying about Osun state and Argbesola

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Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by Dalek(m): 5:22pm On Jan 03
deomelo:




Even the same high marks from the Nigerian Institution Of Civil Engineers



Are these folks and all the different institutions part of the propaganda or they are all seeying the same positive development in Osun satte?

see bro, these animals only want to be hearing bad news. and its that bad news dey and dere families will hear through out this year.

since dey doubt any good news for the good people of Osun, dey will doubt any good news for them too.

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Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by SonsOfLiverpool(m): 5:22pm On Jan 03
All this na edited pictures.

i worked in Osun for two weeks and went to almost all corners of the state. the state is not as pretty as those pictures in page 1 is trying to paint. grin grin grin undecided

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Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by jrusky(m): 5:23pm On Jan 03
uglyafonja:
Nonsense......

Upon all the educational infrastructure, Osun still rank 29th out of 36 state...

What indices are they using

Workers are not been paid.....
They collected bail out fund and still depends on Niger delta oil for survival.....
Ll
Rubbish post from AFONJA media

Wait ooo which Niger delta are you talking about Can you provide fact to back up your claim any state of the federation apart from the SS states that is surviving on oil from Niger delta or can you name the state in Nigeria that had oil block in niger delta

Pls I have said it over and over you Niger delta should be ashamed of yourself you are as stupid as benue people pls no apology.

Saro Wiwa Started the struggle he was murdered years later militant came many support their struggle but unfortunately those who suppose to fight to the end digressed to money making and became billionaires to slap it all Amaechi and Timipere went all out for damage control and ruined SS God given chance to make their mark as a president and sponsored your brother gej being sacked and that same you fools still fighting to place apc on top of your states, you fools still celebrating that bastard called Amaechi pls I beg you Mr Niger delta if your brain is in recession better go to brain IMF and borrow for your brain bail out ok.

Either what they said about Osun is true or false SW are far developed than any other region in Nigeria. I'm not from SW but I love them because they are not chest beaters egocentric fools, noise making blabla people they are very precise and achievers. Take it or bust it makes no different the truth remains.

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Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by deomelo: 5:24pm On Jan 03
Dalek:


see bro, these animals only want to be hearing bad news. and its that bad news dey and dere families will hear through out this year.

since dey doubt any good news for the good people of Osun, dey will doubt any good news for them too.



Peddling and rejoicing in bad news are coping mechanisms for them since they have nothing worth rejoicing over or celebrating in their villages..

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Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by ABBEYsammy01(m): 5:26pm On Jan 03
uglyafonja:
What infrastructure are they talking about.....

Some idiots will just stay in their brown roof republic and be typing trash.....

Some dudes that refuses to travel out thinks Nigeria start with Lagos and ends in Ibadan....




you need to pay a visit to yaba or aro in Abeokuta, your case is critical...

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Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by Youngquay(m): 5:26pm On Jan 03
Ipinle Omoluabi

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Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by deomelo: 5:27pm On Jan 03
jrusky:


Wait ooo which Niger delta are you talking about Can you provide fact to back up your claim any state of the federation apart from the SS states that is surviving on oil from Niger delta or can you name the state in Nigeria that had oil block in niger delta

Pls I have said it over and over you Niger delta should be ashamed of yourself you are as stupid as benue people pls no apology.

Saro Wiwa Sr tested the struggle he was murdered years later militant came many support their struggle but unfortunately those who suppose to fight to the end digressed to money making and became billionaires to slap it all Amaechi and Timipere went all out for damage control and ruined SS God given chance to make their mark as a president and sponsored your brother gej being sacked and that same you fools still fighting to place apc on top of your states, you fools still celebrating that bastard called Amaechi pls I beg you Mr Niger delta if your brain is in recession better go to brain IMF and borrow for your brain bail out ok.

Either what they said about Osun is true or false SW are far developed than any other region in Nigeria. I'm not from SW but I love them because they are not chest beaters egocentric fools, noise making blabla people they are very precise and achievers. Take it or bust it makes no different the truth remains.



You are wasting your time on another ignorant and unintelligent ipob troll, he'll come back with another unnleiigent afojna this and that rubbish.

Ignore that clown for your own good.

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Re: Osun Is Second Wealthiest State In Nigeria - Financial Derivatives Company by DadaStephen1(m): 5:29pm On Jan 03
If you live in Abuja , kaduna or anywhere around, you're hereby invited to attend this conference. It's actually put together for the youths Come and express yourselves, come and ask questions and get clarifications, come and paint a picture of the kind of Nigeria you want.
Alhaji Atiku Abubakar is a liberal leader with an open mind who's willing to learn from anyone and everyone.

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