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Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by mandax: 3:34am On May 11, 2016
But after about 50 years of collecting Oyel money from the Niger delta and leaving the area severely underdeveloped, why can't Buhari understand that Nigeria must now have a change of attitude toward the Niger delta, instead of sending troops into the area for fight?

Was Buhari not in Nigeria when the militants dared both Obasanjo and Yar'Adua administrations with the many deaths of soldiers and civilians?

Buhari may be regarding the Niger delta as a conquered area that must be totally exploited - even to complete destruction. What a leader, Buhari!
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by pacino26(m): 3:37am On May 11, 2016
kozmokaz:


never expect nta to broadcast such news .... the govt controls them!


AIT would av done it had DSS initially didn't arrest dokpesi ... bubu is in charge ... freedom of speech I guarantee u ...but freedom after speech I can't assure u

The least they could do is to announce their deaths on national TV. It gives a sense a belonging than making their sacrifice appear like a complete dishonor.

RIP

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Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by planetx: 4:22am On May 11, 2016
If it's to be beating up unarmed civilians they will be forming Rambo, now they have met armed civilians they got slaughtered like chicken well too bad for them. Don't like Nigerian soldiers anyway.

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Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by Atyodos: 4:50am On May 11, 2016
We need peace in this Country
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by Nobody: 4:51am On May 11, 2016
planetx:
If it's to be beating up unarmed civilians they will be forming Rambo, now they have met armed civilians they got slaughtered like chicken well too bad for them. Don't like Nigerian soldiers anyway.

Then if they want to revenge they will find more unarmed civilians then be beating chest about killing civilians. Anyone listening to them would think they went to war against superior opposition.

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Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by ogene007: 4:54am On May 11, 2016
opyzy:
woah these guys get liver o, well they should start preparing for mass burial
While Bubu prepares for international arrest warrant and ICC prosecution.

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Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by Nobody: 5:19am On May 11, 2016
Takeaways from this thread....

1.When Boko Haram kills soldiers, some people blame the whole North for being so violent. When Niger Delta militants do the same...some people blame the South for being so violent. Me....I think I put both Boko and ND militants in the same boat. They are just as bad as each other (Boko is probably worse).

Both groups have wrecked their home regions over the years...in the name of fighting for their ''rights'' .....to the point that it is going to take ages for the areas to be cleaned up.

No amnesty for both of them.

2.I always hear supporters of the Avengers say that they are fighting for resource control and restructuring of Nigeria. Funny thing is that is what their seniors said back in 2009....until the government gave them amnesty....then all that talk went away.

3.Since when were thugs responsible for guarding pipelines? How long are we going to pay danegeld to a group of people who are not really interested in anything but their pockets? (Google the meaning of danegeld....very enlightening).

4.If you want resource control and restructuring....go to the National Assembly. Stop all this talk about how the ''North'' would stop you. You put pressure on your NA reps...who then will make the necessary compromises/meetings with other reps....to get the necessary bills/laws passed.

5.For over ten years now...the Niger Delta has gotten far more money than other parts of the country. YET....the area is still underdeveloped....and yet people are not ready to ask why. Because it is far easier to blame the North than to look inward at corrupt leaders like Ibori and Alams.

6.Blowing up pipelines is silly. It worsens the environment, and drives away investors. And when there are no investors, there are no jobs...and the Niger Delta gets poorer. Meanwhile...oil is being discovered elsewhere in Africa. The Niger Delta is dispensable.

7. Someone here blamed Buhari for the deaths of the soldiers. Meanwhile that same person was blaming the North for the death of soldiers in BH territory during the last administration. Why not blame the Niger Delta now? We in the SS allowed this mess to happen because we did not invest in our youth, we did not spend more on education, we wasted the 13% derivation we got....and now we are reaping the fruits of neglect.

8. More money is not going to fix the Niger Delta. The region needs restructuring of people's minds. It does not need more money. Same goes for the North and everywhere else.

9.Some people still have not gotten over the last election.

10.We do not need a new amnesty/danegeld/restructuring/whatever. We need serious leadership from our governors and other local rulers in the South South.

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Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by tdayof(m): 5:35am On May 11, 2016
ki02020:


Confusion.... you call the commander in chief dullard and the soldiers gallant and still expect more military casualties, on who's side are youDon't complain when the military start their own o
To those slowpokes, militants killing soldiers now makes the Nigerian Army weak. ISAF and US lost some troops to terrorist and her citizens gives them heroic feelings. Militants attack and kills military men in Nigeria and some retard and hopeless humans will come online and spew shiit with Joy.

If i was the President, airstrikes will be on its way on the militants hideout already. I blame the lack of intelligence information on DSS and co.

Call my action a war crime or whatsoever i don't care. I don't negotiate with Potential Terrorists.

GOD BLESS NIGERIA.
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by styles2009: 5:46am On May 11, 2016
Quakertellicus1:
Takeaways from this thread....

1.When Boko Haram kills soldiers, some people blame the whole North for being so violent. When Niger Delta militants do the same...some people blame the South for being so violent. Me....I think I put both Boko and ND militants in the same boat. They are just as bad as each other (Boko is probably worse).

Both groups have wrecked their home regions over the years...in the name of fighting for their ''rights'' .....to the point that it is going to take ages for the areas to be cleaned up.

No amnesty for both of them.

2.I always hear supporters of the Avengers say that they are fighting for resource control and restructuring of Nigeria. Funny thing is that is what their seniors said back in 2009....until the government gave them amnesty....then all that talk went away.

3.Since when were thugs responsible for guarding pipelines? How long are we going to pay danegeld to a group of people who are not really interested in anything but their pockets? (Google the meaning of danegeld....very enlightening).

4.If you want resource control and restructuring....go to the National Assembly. Stop all this talk about how the ''North'' would stop you. You put pressure on your NA reps...who then will make the necessary compromises/meetings with other reps....to get the necessary bills/laws passed.

5.For over ten years now...the Niger Delta has gotten far more money than other parts of the country. YET....the area is still underdeveloped....and yet people are not ready to ask why. Because it is far easier to blame the North than to look inward at corrupt leaders like Ibori and Alams.

6.Blowing up pipelines is silly. It worsens the environment, and drives away investors. And when there are no investors, there are no jobs...and the Niger Delta gets poorer. Meanwhile...oil is being discovered elsewhere in Africa. The Niger Delta is dispensable.

7. Someone here blamed Buhari for the deaths of the soldiers. Meanwhile that same person was blaming the North for the death of soldiers in BH territory during the last administration. Why not blame the Niger Delta now? We in the SS allowed this mess to happen because we did not invest in our youth, we did not spend more on education, we wasted the 13% derivation we got....and now we are reaping the fruits of neglect.

8. More money is not going to fix the Niger Delta. The region needs restructuring of people's minds. It does not need more money. Same goes for the North and everywhere else.

9.Some people still have not gotten over the last election.

10.We do not need a new amnesty/danegeld/restructuring/whatever. We need serious leadership from our governors and other local rulers in the South South.

You are absolutely right and the region doesn't need more money but serious leadership.

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Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by OgeneUkwenu(f): 5:57am On May 11, 2016
This is exactly what Buharry was looking for. Dullard.
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by Deepfreezer(m): 6:06am On May 11, 2016
macaranta:
This Guys should take it easy na..When military will start there own ,hmmm even grannys will cry
you think niger Deltans are like Shiites. if the military dare attack civilians I swear it will be a full blown war in Nigeria.
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by proeast(m): 6:21am On May 11, 2016
godox2:


Na oyel we de drink or na farm produce we dey eat.
Please keep destroying your land with your oyel. by the time hunger and frustration deal with you, you will know what we went
through in the hand of BH. I remember you guys say na north make them kill themselves ok NA ur turn. PLEASE DON'T STOP.
You guys are too ignorant for my liking, what gives Nigeria forex to import food if not oil? how much is a bag of rice today? many states are owing workers, even pure water is affected by hyperinflation caused by lack of forex, dont worry by the time naira gets to 500 to a dollar due to millitant attacks & force majoure by the IOC's your brain will reset. I pity buhari, he is relying on an army that was disgraced by a ragtag boko haram to destroy a well armed & environmentally aided militants with access to oil money & black market arms supply!! Your dullard of a hero will eat his vomit. The militants are like tsetse fly perched on the blokos of Nigeria........
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by ba7man(m): 6:27am On May 11, 2016
Quakertellicus1:
Takeaways from this thread....

1.When Boko Haram kills soldiers, some people blame the whole North for being so violent. When Niger Delta militants do the same...some people blame the South for being so violent. Me....I think I put both Boko and ND militants in the same boat. They are just as bad as each other (Boko is probably worse).

Both groups have wrecked their home regions over the years...in the name of fighting for their ''rights'' .....to the point that it is going to take ages for the areas to be cleaned up.

No amnesty for both of them.

2.I always hear supporters of the Avengers say that they are fighting for resource control and restructuring of Nigeria. Funny thing is that is what their seniors said back in 2009....until the government gave them amnesty....then all that talk went away.

3.Since when were thugs responsible for guarding pipelines? How long are we going to pay danegeld to a group of people who are not really interested in anything but their pockets? (Google the meaning of danegeld....very enlightening).

4.If you want resource control and restructuring....go to the National Assembly. Stop all this talk about how the ''North'' would stop you. You put pressure on your NA reps...who then will make the necessary compromises/meetings with other reps....to get the necessary bills/laws passed.

5.For over ten years now...the Niger Delta has gotten far more money than other parts of the country. YET....the area is still underdeveloped....and yet people are not ready to ask why. Because it is far easier to blame the North than to look inward at corrupt leaders like Ibori and Alams.

6.Blowing up pipelines is silly. It worsens the environment, and drives away investors. And when there are no investors, there are no jobs...and the Niger Delta gets poorer. Meanwhile...oil is being discovered elsewhere in Africa. The Niger Delta is dispensable.

7. Someone here blamed Buhari for the deaths of the soldiers. Meanwhile that same person was blaming the North for the death of soldiers in BH territory during the last administration. Why not blame the Niger Delta now? We in the SS allowed this mess to happen because we did not invest in our youth, we did not spend more on education, we wasted the 13% derivation we got....and now we are reaping the fruits of neglect.

8. More money is not going to fix the Niger Delta. The region needs restructuring of people's minds. It does not need more money. Same goes for the North and everywhere else.

9.Some people still have not gotten over the last election.

10.We do not need a new amnesty/danegeld/restructuring/whatever. We need serious leadership from our governors and other local rulers in the South South.
You've said it all.

We don't want Niger Delta refugees in the South west when they finish wrecking their environment and economy in the name of fighting for resource control.

At least their people are cheering the militants on.
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by wxyz1: 6:35am On May 11, 2016
ki02020:


Confusion.... you call the commander in chief dullard and the soldiers gallant and still expect more military casualties, on who's side are youDon't complain when the military start their own o
what would they start that are new, OBJ level Odi, but do that stop militancy instead it escalated the situation. Is Buari more military than OBJ? May Yaradua rest in peace. you don't rule with hatred, you preferred one zone to another and we call ourselves one Nigeria. Let watch how he would send his fighter jet to Level the whole south south and south east.

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Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by 41lady(m): 6:36am On May 11, 2016
All those morons who are shouting arrest Jona. Who will give the PMB the liver to do that, from where will he have the backing, when all the ex president are all thieves including him who support tuko of Naija Abacha, he is also a thief, he received stolen money so he is criminal, he should work and do something about the hardship Nigeria populace are experiencing right now. We have forgiven them.
All he need to do is to ask them to return d loat and repatriate d ones his brother stole, include the Niger guys-Abdulsalam & IBB and also the Jona & papa iyabo
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by kumakunta: 6:37am On May 11, 2016
ki02020:


Confusion.... you call the commander in chief dullard and the soldiers gallant and still expect more military casualties, on who's side are youDon't complain when the military start their own o
They have just given the soldiers reasons to come down on them with force. Hope ICC is aware of this.
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by kumakunta: 6:39am On May 11, 2016
Eni ti o ra ma San ni be. Person wey no buy sef go pay when it finally happens.

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Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by Moses247(m): 6:42am On May 11, 2016
Keneking:
This would not deter the government from not picking up their boss, Jonathan this month of May.Nothing is gonna stop that action .

Jonathan sef
Day dreaming. I will re quote u com May 29..lol
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by wxyz1: 6:42am On May 11, 2016
tdayof:

To those slowpokes, militants killing soldiers now makes the Nigerian Army weak. ISAF and US lost some troops to terrorist and her citizens gives them heroic feelings. Militants attack and kills military men in Nigeria and some retard and hopeless humans will come online and spew shiit with Joy.

If i was the President, airstrikes will be on its way on the militants hideout already. I blame the lack of intelligence information on DSS and co.

Call my action a war crime or whatsoever i don't care. I don't negotiate with Potential Terrorists.

GOD BLESS NIGERIA.
easier said than done. seat in the comfort of your room and be pressing your phone, May Late former President Yaradua rest in peace. We are watching.
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by iyerikan12: 6:44am On May 11, 2016
I hope they heard the history of B/H?
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by mindtricks: 6:46am On May 11, 2016
Nusaf:

Just wait and see what will happen to them. Them go soon know the difference between khaki and leather

These days you can't be too sure.

NDA have made up their minds what they are up against.

Yet let the Nigerian military not go about killing the innocent citizens in that region as uusual in the name of fighting militancy as that's not excusable. They must maintain the sort of caution as expected while operating in the boko haram ravaged North.
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by shugaboy6102(m): 6:52am On May 11, 2016
dicefrost:
In the past, these militants were a rag tag militia whose only weapons were the strength of their backs and the sweat of their skin. Later on one president decided to reward them with money and bogus contracts, even allowing them to import arms and weapons in the name of maritime security. Now, the threat is no longer from a rag tag militia, but a well coordinated, well funded army of dissidents. They have money they have guns, they have the means to hold the country to a standstill. At this point, trying to engage them is futile. Bokoharam has already exposed the inadequacy of our military. A political solution is the only way out. We must renegotiate this Union called Nigeria
did you say that the ND militants were a rag tag militia hmmmmm,it seems you were away from the country because if u really saw the amount of ammunitions and weapons these dropped wen yaradua gave them amnesty u wud knw that its not even Gej dat empowered dem.The only different btw BH and ND is that one group is blood thirsty dan d other
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by ElCapone(m): 7:05am On May 11, 2016
TippyTop:
Buhari would be remembered as the most divisive president ever in Nigeria.
Bubu is here to kill any concept of a united Nigeria.
sharrrap, i guess he is da 1 pushing 4 biafra and secession. Plz recieve sense.
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by bandad: 7:06am On May 11, 2016
proeast:
Stop decieving yourself, Buhari is nothing but a piece of sh!t, by the time his dull brain understands what is happening, Nigeria's oil production would have been reduced to 200 barrels per day & hunger would become your surname.
You are also party of that shit and hunger would become your own surname too.
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by mapet: 7:14am On May 11, 2016
Quakertellicus1:
Takeaways from this thread....

1.When Boko Haram kills soldiers, some people blame the whole North for being so violent. When Niger Delta militants do the same...some people blame the South for being so violent. Me....I think I put both Boko and ND militants in the same boat. They are just as bad as each other (Boko is probably worse).

Both groups have wrecked their home regions over the years...in the name of fighting for their ''rights'' .....to the point that it is going to take ages for the areas to be cleaned up.

No amnesty for both of them.

2.I always hear supporters of the Avengers say that they are fighting for resource control and restructuring of Nigeria. Funny thing is that is what their seniors said back in 2009....until the government gave them amnesty....then all that talk went away.

3.Since when were thugs responsible for guarding pipelines? How long are we going to pay danegeld to a group of people who are not really interested in anything but their pockets? (Google the meaning of danegeld....very enlightening).

4.If you want resource control and restructuring....go to the National Assembly. Stop all this talk about how the ''North'' would stop you. You put pressure on your NA reps...who then will make the necessary compromises/meetings with other reps....to get the necessary bills/laws passed.

5.For over ten years now...the Niger Delta has gotten far more money than other parts of the country. YET....the area is still underdeveloped....and yet people are not ready to ask why. Because it is far easier to blame the North than to look inward at corrupt leaders like Ibori and Alams.

6.Blowing up pipelines is silly. It worsens the environment, and drives away investors. And when there are no investors, there are no jobs...and the Niger Delta gets poorer. Meanwhile...oil is being discovered elsewhere in Africa. The Niger Delta is dispensable.

7. Someone here blamed Buhari for the deaths of the soldiers. Meanwhile that same person was blaming the North for the death of soldiers in BH territory during the last administration. Why not blame the Niger Delta now? We in the SS allowed this mess to happen because we did not invest in our youth, we did not spend more on education, we wasted the 13% derivation we got....and now we are reaping the fruits of neglect.

8. More money is not going to fix the Niger Delta. The region needs restructuring of people's minds. It does not need more money. Same goes for the North and everywhere else.

9.Some people still have not gotten over the last election.

10.We do not need a new amnesty/danegeld/restructuring/whatever. We need serious leadership from our governors and other local rulers in the South South.

Danegeld.......thanks for adding to my little vocab list....... that said

It is unfortunate that some SS folks and their supporters (SE) I presume are so filled with idiocy beyond hate. I don't know how we can rationalise what is unreasonable. I keep saying it that many of these folks are living in denial and only lying to themselves. Ok let me break it down further..... except God turns the hands of time otherwise, the following are sacrosanct

1. PMB is your president
2. He will serve his full tenure
3. Will even win a second term

If these is what people offer in opposition, they have simply made worse their case and worse their attempt at dislodging PMB. wrt ND, these people never learn. They are playing the same old game in the same way and expecting a different result. You take to arms...., kill few soldiers..., government tanks comes in and rout your villages and creeks...., explains to the whole world that those villages had been taken over by terrorists..... government enters the creeks and carnage the whole damn thing....your leaders run into hiding, few approache FG and take the amnesty offer...life goes on. Then what do we have? A suppressed ND, constantly requiring re-building and cleanup instead of rapid development.

ND to me looks acursed in leadership. How can you make thieves and corrupt elements your leaders. Ayiri Emami says they are waiting for Ibori to come and sanitize ND how? Ibori that practically hijacked a quarter of Oghara land, which had been proposed for international airport, only to turn it into his private University. Asari Dokubo with all the money he made, tot it wise to invest (University) in Cotonou and not anywhere in ND. Ayiri probably accounts for many high-rise buildings in Warri. Tompolo and Akpolobokemi has virtually fritted away what people's commonwealth under the guise of a phantom Maritime university.......yet, the will find it convenient to blame a PMB that made Ogoni clean-up exercise one of the first intervention.

I guess to these guys, it's better not to attempt to make sense

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Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by emmanuelbrown26: 7:19am On May 11, 2016
We hv two sides of people in nigeria of today, first set is those dat couldn't believe that uncle Jona lost election, then anoda set is those dat are surprised dat Buhari won. Bcs of dis the former doesn't want to hear anyting good from buhari the later doesn't want to hear anyting bad from buhari. The same set are rejoicing bcs militants are vandalising and killing soldiers, but remember nobody fights government and go free, nobody is bigger than government. Am just feeling for the innocent brodas and sisters in ND when the NA strikes.

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Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by emmanuelbrown26: 7:20am On May 11, 2016
hakeem4:
Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa ori iya mi!!!!!! , buhari and you're looking . Should I go and wake Adekunle Benjamin from the grave ?

Onye guy, u are funny, so u wan adekunle to finish ND after wat he did to us in 1969, shey, en no go work for u.

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Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by desmond2pk: 7:22am On May 11, 2016
ki02020:


Confusion.... you call the commander in chief dullard and the soldiers gallant and still expect more military casualties, on who's side are youDon't complain when the military start their own o


You mean when the military starts killing old grandma them?
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by Nobody: 7:23am On May 11, 2016
wxyz1:
what would they start that are new, OBJ level Odi, but do that stop militancy instead it escalated the situation. Is Buari more military than OBJ? May Yaradua rest in peace. you don't rule with hatred, you preferred one zone to another and we call ourselves one Nigeria. Let watch how he would send his fighter jet to Level the whole south south and south east.

God bless you
Only a fool will believe everything can be solved through violence
what the ND needs is a system of accountability where what is meant for the people is used for the people
the government was a little more open about its plans for the ND region maybe it wont lead to all this
SUspicion.
The war against BH isnt over you want to brew one in the creeks.
Good luck with that.
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by Unojo: 7:26am On May 11, 2016
RIP
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by bakila: 7:28am On May 11, 2016
proeast:
Stop decieving yourself, Buhari is nothing but a piece of sh!t, by the time his dull brain understands what is happening, Nigeria's oil production would have been reduced to 200 barrels per day & hunger would become your surname.
Any you will be rich as result?
Re: Three Soldiers Killed By Militants In Foropa, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa by bakila: 7:28am On May 11, 2016
proeast:
Stop decieving yourself, Buhari is nothing but a piece of sh!t, by the time his dull brain understands what is happening, Nigeria's oil production would have been reduced to 200 barrels per day & hunger would become your surname.
...... and you will be rich as result?

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