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Dating And Meet-up Zone / Re: A Husband In The Abroad Needed by emabe: 8:34pm On Mar 26
Are you in the USA, Canada, U.K, Australia or Germany, at least 30 and looking for a wife? Pick me. Am a fashion designer, homely, respectful, ready to be your lovely wife. You come marry me in Naija then carry me go.

Serious men only.

First you must tell us if you are male or female.

Then I would add that it you are female then May God help your ministry. Thing is many people won't take you seriously. It's sad but they won't understand. It's the Nigerian myopia playing it's tune. There are many NLer here who are watching.
Foreign Affairs / Re: Trump: Why I Was Taken To White House Underground Bunker by emabe: 6:32am On Jun 04, 2020

Where did he lie ? Those Protesters didn't even breach the white house fence for there to be any panic.

If u can't see the lie then u have a problem


Foreign Affairs / Re: Trump: Why I Was Taken To White House Underground Bunker by emabe: 6:31am On Jun 04, 2020

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Romance / Re: My Girlfriend Physically Assaulted Me Over My Own Money !! Help!! by emabe: 1:57am On May 16, 2020
I have been dating a girl for about 18 months now. Very pretty but my brothers, let me tell you... Look before you leap when it comes to pretty girls.

From the minute I met this girl it has been one money request after another. If it was small sums I guess I wouldn't really mind, as I have always worked for blue chip companies and can afford it. The thing is, her requests are always very big!.....20k this, 20K that.....but my brothers, I have to tell you the one that has made me even disappointed in myself.

She lives with her parents and they are the most dysfunctional family I have ever heard of... Everyday one person is fighting the other, and this my girlfriend, as fine as she is, is the most arrogant, prideful, violent & rude person I have ever met. She hounded me everyday that I must get her an apartment of her own, so she can escape her home, and I agreed to but by saving monthly.

Would you believe, one night, when she was working at a bar as an usher for guinness, she gave her number to 2 different men just because of this apartment. My spirit kept telling me that she gave her number out, but she kept lying...only for me to catch her texting one of the men when we were at church of all places.......

She even went as far as going to meet this rich man at a hotel, but the man ran away when she made that request, and I as a fool decided to finally do it for her. (I suspect she cheated on me that night and I always tell it to her face because she has cheated on me twice before)

I live on the Island and tried to get her to rent here as well, as I really want to keep an eye on her..... She has too many guys around her who live in that area and she is this kind of person who cheats out of revenge, even over small things.....this girl refused and threatened to break things off!....bro, as a mumu I sent the money to her to rent the place and for other things, about 400K.....

Ever since that money left my account, it's like my eyes cleared!!! I couldn't believe that instead of saving my hard earned money, I went and sent it to a girl that has cheated on me twice (or even more), lied to me, slapped me and done so many things.....but I just decided to leave everything for God, seeing as she was desperate.

The problem now is that the demands for that apartment is now becoming too much!!! The expenses just to get the place finished are such a burden on my financial and mental state...

The worst happened about two days ago, she wanted me to pay 20k. Infact I just got so tired of bills that I kinda was stalling on it, but what happened next truly shocked me. Would you believe this girl started punching me, slapping me and even tore my shirt cos of 20k. She even threatened to break my office laptop (working from home) until I sent the money, after that she left........

Now she is trying to apologize so that I will pay for bed and gas and the remaining things....my brothers, I know u will say am a fool!...I accept...I am a handsome guy, studied abroad, I just don't know why loneliness made me fall in love with such a sadistic user... My only problem is, do I pay for the bed and just finish what I started or just free the whole thing and the nearly 500K I have already spent...

Please help!

It is not by force to have gf. Date the one Ur pocket can handle
Family / Re: My Journey To Motherhood by emabe: 1:54am On May 16, 2020
Madam u went thru shit. Nobody should go thru this just cos of husband or wife. This life is too short. Just imagine what it would have been had u started late?
Congratulations on Ur twins
Politics / Re: Buhari Appoints 3 Dead Men As Board Members: Francis Okpozo, Christopher Utov by emabe: 11:17am On Dec 30, 2017
As shared on twitter

By tyro


Shey, I pity this country. Even when bubu can appoint ghost workers, which of his underlings can be prosecuted for doing such
Religion / Re: Who Is An Infidel? by emabe: 5:59am On Sep 09, 2015
I pray this make a FP,
this is one of the way it can be widely publicized.

this is an all out war of Christianity. One other people´s belief. Lets not shy away from doing what is right in the face of humanity.
Religion / Who Is An Infidel? by emabe: 11:44am On Jul 20, 2015
I just came accros this and desided to share. Mind u none of these are originally my words so anyone who wants to biff wif me should please shift and jamm transformer.


Who is an INFIDEL?

This is a true story and the author, Rick Mathes, is a well-known leader in prison ministry.

"The man who walks with God always gets to his destination".

If you still have a pulse, you have a divine purpose to accomplish.

As it stands today, the Islamic religion is the fastest growing religion per capita in the United States, especially amongst the minority races!!

Last month I attended my annual training session that's required for maintaining my state prison security clearance. During the training session, there was presentations by three speakers representing the Roman Catholic, Protestant and Muslim who each explained their beliefs.

I was particularly interested in what the Islamic had to say. So, the Muslim gave a great presentation of the basics of Islam, complete with a video. After the presentations, time was provided for questions and answers. When it was my turn, I directed my question to the Muslim and asked:

'Please, correct me if I'm wrong, but I understand that most Imams and clerics of Islam have declared a holy jihad [Holy war] against the
infidels of the world and, that by killing an infidel, (which is a command to all Muslims) they are assured of a place in heaven. If that's the case, can you give me the definition of an infidel?'

There was no disagreement with my statements and, without hesitation, he replied, 'Non-believers!'

I then responded. So, let me make sure I have this straight ie. All followers of Allah have been commanded to kill everyone who is not of your faith so they can have a place in heaven. Is that correct?'

The expression on his face changed from one of authority and command to that of a little boy who had just been caught with his hand in the cookie jar. 'He sheepishly replied, 'Yes.'

I then stated, 'Well, sir, I have a real problem trying to imagine the Pope can command all Catholics to kill those of your faith or in addition, Dr Stanley ordering all Protestants to do the same in order to guarantee them a place in heaven!'

The Muslim was speechless!

I continued, 'I also have a problem with being your friend when you and your brother clerics are telling your followers to kill me!

Let me ask you a question:

Would you rather have your Allah, who tells you to kill me in order for you to go to heaven, or my Jesus who tells me to love you because I am going to heaven and He wants you to be there with me too?'
You could have heard a pin drop as the Imam hung his head in shame.

Needless to say, the organizers or promoters of the 'Diversification' training seminar were not happy with my way of dealing with the Islamic Imam, and exposing the naked truth about the evil in Muslims' beliefs.

Therefore, the way things are going now in the next 10 years there will be enough Muslim voters in the U.S. to elect the President! Enough Muslim voters in the UK to vote in the Prime Minister. In fact, by 2019 when Boko Haram had finished their depopulation of Christians in Nigeria, there may be no Christian candidates to stand for elective post in the next 5 years. Think about your children's world. I think everyone in the WORLD!!! should be required to read this, but with the careless attitude of most believers, there is no way this will be widely publicized, unless each of us sends it to relations and friends! This is your chance to make a difference...
The battle is the Lord's but he need a vessel to stand in the gap.... Are you available for Christ?

Please, for Christ's sake, pass it on! Thanks.

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Politics / Re: China Illegally Fishing Off W Africa - Greenpeace by emabe: 1:46pm On Jun 03, 2015
Na so life dey o
They fish illegally in our water and still sell it to us at expensive rate.
smh for our Africa leader.
Chinese been robbing us since time immemorial.

na so and what does ur african countries do. just roll back. Na wah 4 una.
Politics / Re: Senate Approves Buhari’s 15 Advisers by emabe: 1:44pm On Jun 03, 2015


who knows why these buffoons are now eager to pls as if na so dem bin dey work b4?
Politics / China Illegally Fishing Off W Africa - Greenpeace by emabe: 4:34pm On May 21, 2015
More than 70 Chinese vessels have been found fishing illegally off the coast of West Africa, Greenpeace says.

Using information gathered from 2000 to 2014, Greenpeace said Chinese companies had fished in prohibited grounds or under-declared their catches.

Boats either turned off their identification systems or transmitted false location data, it added.

One company's fishing capacity off the coast of Guinea Bissau is said to have exceeded its authorised limit by 61%.

The absence of efficient fisheries management in some West African states allows rogue companies to plunder marine resources, the BBC's Thomas Fessy reports from Dakar in Senegal.

China illegally fishing off W Africa - Greenpeace
20 May 2015From the section Africa
There is an absence of efficient fisheries management in some West African states

Bottom trawlers are considered the most destructive fishing vessel in the industry
In less than a month, Greenpeace documented an average of one new case of illegal practice by a Chinese-owned boat every two days, but the report's authors say they think that is only the "tip of the iceberg."

Chinese companies were "unlawfully exploiting West Africa's marine environment," said Rashid King, head of Greenpeace East Asia's China Ocean Campaign, in a statement.

"They were taking advantage of weak enforcement from local and Chinese authorities to the detriment of local fisherman and the environment."

Mr Kang said unless the Chinese government controlled rogue fishermen, it would "seriously jeopardise" its mutually beneficial partnership with West Africa.

China came to West Africa's aid during the Ebola outbreak, Mr Kang said, but Chinese companies were "exploiting" West Africa's marine environment.

In the most recent cases, the Greenpeace ship MY Esperanza, which sailed off Senegal, Guinea-Bissau and Guinea last autumn, documented 16 illegal fishing activities by 12 Chinese vessels.

Fashion / Re: Ultraskimpy Bikini; Her Bush Was Hanging Out......eewwh by emabe: 4:17pm On May 21, 2015
hmm no comments yet!!!!

how u mean say u no get comment?
Romance / Re: She Mocked The Guy That Paid Her Transport Fee by emabe: 4:13pm On May 21, 2015
I swear.
See how mumuish our Nigerian girls are.
When d guys treat them like d pay as U go article they are,they'll start complaining.
I am a doc,I have several female classmates and colleagues, they earn equal to or even more than I do.will any of them view this scenario as d guy being foolish?
Hell,no.They'll say,"I met a gentleman on d bus today".

Thats the reason I dont give those small girls face cos when u are nice to them they insult u for being nice

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Romance / Re: She Mocked The Guy That Paid Her Transport Fee by emabe: 3:35pm On May 21, 2015
Most men allow their balls to do the thinking instead of their brains. I stopped been nice to ladies a long time ago and it works perfectly
fine for me.

Not true, I dont see anything wrong with seeing a girl u admire and paying her fair. Neither do I see anything wrong with paying anyother person´s fair. Its the guys money so he can do with it whatever he wants. Where I draw the line is when a guy feels that cause he paid for a ladies fair then he has monopoly over her or when a lady feels like cos a guy paid her fair then he is interested in her. Come girls real men are not that dumb. No one has monopoly over another person.

I remember this situation I was on my way to Tinapa for a gathering. Got dropped at the luxury busses park and waved a taxi to Tinapa. A lady who was quite very cute happened to also be in the buss I was and seemed to be going to the same party that I was asked to share the Taxi and I agreed. We got talking alittle with her giving me some attitude Naija girls know how to give. U guys know this attitude of disinterest they normally give if they get it into their heads that a guy wants to talk to them. That didnt peturb me, I hit off converse with the Taxi diver till we arrived Tinapa and you can imagine my surprise when the rass girl didnt even make effort to offer to pay her share till the taxi guy embarrassed her by asking "come this painted babie wont u add money to what this my oga is paying to offset the Taxi fair". I mean, I didnt have problems paying the complete fair alone and would have done just that if she had make efforts to try to pay. But the foolish lady just stood there as if we knew ourselves b4, imagine bullshit. She just picked off immediately and started insulting the Taxi man, I ignored the exchange and paid the taxi man 3k out of the 5k he charged and told him to collect the remaining from the silly lady. U can imagine how big her face got cos she obviously expected me to pay 4 her part, abi peeps I resemble maga? I left them there and walked away.

Anyway at the party I ignored her completely till she made the mistake to sit at my table and made further mistake to bring the stuff up in conversation among people who knew me. That was when I told her how foolish she was and how she lacked home training. By the time I was almost done talking it was people that knew me that started telling her to just admit she made a mistake. She should have offered to pay atleast half the fair, it was left for the man to ask her to keep her money. I hope that silly girl learnt a lesson from that experience. Not everyman u meet on the street wants to know how much it costs to roll with u girls.

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Politics / Re: Jonathan Turns Down PDP BoT Chairman Offer by emabe: 10:59pm On May 18, 2015
Abuja - President Goodluck Jonathan has rejected the
offer of becoming the Chairman of the Board of
Trustees (BoT) of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)
at the end of his tenure, reports Tribune.

Members of the party’s National Working Committee
(NWC), national caucus, BoT members, National
Executive Committee (NEC) and some elders of the
party have been putting pressure on Jonathan to
accept the offer.

The party leaders have wanted him to occupy the
position as a mark of honour and for his contributions
to the party .

Jonathan in rejecting the offer told the party leaders
that he needed some rest before he would probably
return into active politics.

Tony Anenih is the current Chairman of the BOT of
the party.


and people say GEJ is clueless. That BOT postion is the worse thing anyone can do to oneselve
Business / Re: Shareholders Seek Return Of Nationalized Banks by emabe: 5:30pm On May 18, 2015

- See more at: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2015/05/shareholders-seek-return-of-nationalized-banks/#sthash.y2ndCEQ0.dpuf


bad idea from APC. Tinubu wants Nigeria to repeat the hard leasons the USA just learnt which by the way help the last global melt down. If this is what APC is bringing to the table then they dont have any interest of the poor Nigerian on the street to heart.
Politics / Re: Senate Presidency/speakership: A Win-win For Yorubas by emabe: 4:21pm On May 15, 2015
I have cancelled the unimpt stuff u wrote
Politics / Re: Man Trekking For GEJ Replies Omotola After She Called Trekkers 'Silly' by emabe: 3:46pm On May 15, 2015

Oladele who is trekking to Otuoke for President Jonathan has replied Omotola after she called those trekking,silly youths..(here) Read more below



Source http://www.cravetechblog.com/2015/05/man-trekking-for-gej-replies-omotola.html

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hahahaha very funny both trekker and Omotola. The late Achebe once said "those who will hold another down in the mud must stay in the mud to keep them down". U dont fight dirty and expect to come out clean.

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Politics / Re: How We Defeated Jonathan – Tinubu by emabe: 12:31pm On May 15, 2015

I doubt that will happen. APC will work so they won't be defeated

really, i bet u PDP said the samething 10 years ago. How long did it take for Tinubu to start saying it? Look, when we human beings agree and accept that what goes around come around we will be careful what we say and how we treat people. cheers
Politics / Re: How We Defeated Jonathan – Tinubu by emabe: 11:23am On May 15, 2015
LAGOS — ALL Progressives Congress, APC, leader Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, yesterday, attributed the defeat of President Goodluck Jonathan in the last presidential election to a commonsense revolution anchored on a rebellion against the excesses of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.

He spoke at a book launch in Lagos where Nobel laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka extolled him, and Governor Rotimi Amaechi of Rivers State as the drivers of the uprising, which he said, was fast-tracked by President Jonathan’s mishandling of the Nigerian Governors Forum, NGF crisis.

The public presentation of the book “Dynamics of Change: The Amaechi Years”, was witnessed by a cross section of the political class and civil society including governors, former governors, senators among others.

Justice Adolphus Karibi-Whyte, who was chairman of the occasion, said the book only offered a glimpse into the vision that stimulated the infrastructure and developments during the Amaechi years in Rivers State.

Amaechi on his part gave a peep into his political challenges, noting how even when he got Tinubu angry before the APC convention, both men set aside their issues for the common goal of achieving victory in the elections that were yet to be held at that time.
BOOK PRESENTATION—The book, Dynamics of Change, The Amaechi Years was launched, yesterday at the Civic Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos. From left, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, National Leader, Apc; Justice Adolphus Karibi-Whyte, Chairman of occasion; Mrs Judith Amaechi, Mr Tonye Cole, book presenter; Dr Kayode Fayemi, former Governor of Ekiti State; Dr Chidi Amuta, co-editor of the book; Alhaji Abdulazeez Yari, Governor of Zamfara State and Mr Rotimi Amaechi, Governor of Rivers State during the book presentation. Photo: Lamidi Bamidele. More photos on Page 16.

BOOK PRESENTATION—The book, Dynamics of Change, The Amaechi Years was launched, yesterday at the Civic Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos. From left, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, National Leader, Apc; Justice Adolphus Karibi-Whyte, Chairman of occasion; Mrs Judith Amaechi, Mr Tonye Cole, book presenter; Dr Kayode Fayemi, former Governor of Ekiti State; Dr Chidi Amuta, co-editor of the book; Alhaji Abdulazeez Yari, Governor of Zamfara State and Mr Rotimi Amaechi, Governor of Rivers State during the book presentation. Photo: Lamidi Bamidele. More photos on Page 16.

Tinubu, who was guest of honour at the presentation of the book written by Dr. Yemi Ogunbiyi and Dr. Chidi Amuta in his comments said: “Amaechi is an example of common sense revolution. In the course of the historic campaigns for the 2015 Presidential Election, I was emphatic that the election itself was a great opportunity to popularise and test the noble idea of a Common Sense Revolution in Nigeria. Soon enough, we found in the resonance of the APC Change mantra with the electorate a confirmation that Nigeria needed a Common Sense Revolution that is non-violent.

“Indeed there is a publication with that title authored by me in which I argued that Nigeria was ripe for a change of leadership and Nigerians must act in a Common Sense and rational way in choosing their leaders. The results of the March Presidential elections and that of April have demonstrated clearly the desire by Nigerians for change.”

The APC national leader, however, urged the new crop of leaders to embark on policies that will alleviate the plight of Nigerians.”

Continuing, he said: “Elections over, both the leaders and citizens must brace up to meet the challenges required to build a better, more prosperous nation. Indeed, even as we subscribe to the tenets of Common Sense Revolution, we must retool ourselves, the new leadership must embark on policies that will improve the general well-being of the mass of our people.

“It is a positive one to rescue, repair and restructure the nation and its institutions in ways that further collective prosperity and well-being. The only violence that is to be done is to violence, injustice and poverty themselves. At its essence, a common sense revolution is a call to return to a level of decency in the relationship between government and the governed, between each one of us and his neighbour.

“In my view, our gathering to celebrate the landmark achievements of my brother, Governor Rotimi Amaechi, in Rivers State in the last eight years is also another justifiable celebration of idea of Common Sense Revolution for development. The publication of the book, Dynamics of Change: The Amaechi Years is a timely service to history.”

Governors’ Forum crisis

Lauding Amaechi’s leadership of the NGF, the former Lagos State governor said “this occasion is all the more remarkable because of the huge challenges Amaechi has been facing especially in his second term from an extremely hostile federal government. His role as the chairman of the Governors’ Forum invariably brought him into a bitter collision with President Jonathan.

“Governor Amaechi and most of the governors want a properly defined federalist relationship with the government at the centre. The President would have none of that as in the notable example of the management of the federation account. This is, therefore, another great opportunity to salute Amaechi’s rare courage of conviction and sense of purpose. The APC has every cause to be proud of him,” Tinubu said.

Amaechi took a risky decision—Soyinka

In his comment, Prof. Soyinka commended Amaechi for standing up to President Jonathan during the NGF crisis. He identified Tinubu and Amaechi as the two main agents who brought down the PDP.

“The political atmosphere today, whatever you call it, change or hope or cautious hope and naked hope or careless hope, I recognise two personalities, in particular, who led the chant of change. One of them, I call him the architect of the process, the architect, in fact, that houses the essence of hope. That is Ahmed Bola Tinubu. The other person was unconsciously, perhaps, the arrow head of that charge that led to the change and that is the man that we gather here to celebrate.”

Soyinka said Amaechi took a risky decision during the NGF crisis that inevitably exposed him to the wrath of the presidency.

“He (Amaechi) was the one who said no, we cannot turn the clock backwards. Nothing about the philosophy of the clock runs against what we were hoping for. It was a very unpopular and risky decision to take. But it exposed to us the basic arithmetic fallacy of governance in demonstrating that when 16 is said to be higher than 19, something is fundamentally wrong and the same kind of arithmetic leads to the cooking of figures in governance. And it was within that nexus that he stood up and challenged even his own colleagues, and said let’s change the mentality of the stock, let us re-orientate it towards the people and towards the nation and the electorate.

“I remember someone very close to me that said I hear you are close to Rotimi Amaechi, tell that young man that he is going to destroy himself, and I said, you know something, you have been in a position where I have had the opportunity of being your teacher and your mentor and you mean to say you never learnt from me that it is better to be destroyed on the basis of what you really live for? And you want me to deliver such a message? That person who is in Aso Rock wanted me to tell Amaechi to back off, to slow down and that he is playing with fire and playing with a catapult against big guns. I never delivered that message. All I did was to study him more closely and wait to see.”

Karibi-Whyte commends Amaechi

Justice Karibi-Whyte commended Amaechi for embarking on developmental projects that were beneficial to the people of Rivers State, saying it was only a peep into the successful adventure of Amaechi in the state. “From my observation, I believe those who have written, wrote from the position which they thought but they did not to a large extent, look behind the facade of the motivating factors because I believe that he had been pained that nobody had seen the problems which he was foreseeing when he brought about schools, health centres in every local government, roads, education.”

I was determined to effect change—Amaechi

Giving the background of the challenges he faced after joining the APC, Governor Amaechi noted the sacrifice he and other leaders made for the eventual victory that was realised with the victory over the PDP in the presidential election last March.

“I am determined that there should be a change because if there’s no change, things will not move. Even before the party convention, I got Asiwaju Tinubu angry. I went to him and implored that we should not fight or disagree over issues. I told him that the important thing was for us to win first and after which, we can disagree. I believe that we must win and make a change, for anything that will not bring that change; I am ready to make a sacrifice.

I am proud to be a part of the change process. I am not stubborn but principled. I speak the truth and abide by the rules.”

On the crisis that engulfed the NGF, Amaechi, who is the chairman of the forum, accused the president of instigating the crisis.

He said: “In the Governors’ Forum, we set up a mechanism where we go from state to state to see how the governors were faring. Unfortunately, the President scattered the Governors’ Forum”.

Extolling Soyinka’s virtues, he said he is the only person whose bag he has ever carried because of the respect he has for him.


lol, funny script. Dont worry, as not all fingers are equal thats how someone else will come and say how he defeated u
Politics / Re: Okorocha’s N1billion Mansion Shocks Buhari - Pointblank.com by emabe: 10:21pm On May 11, 2015


pls what kind of palmwine gossip is this? Buhari hasnt seen anything yet. By the time he is done with looking around him, he will noticed that he is just alibaba with criminals around him.
Politics / Re: This Ghanaian Just Finished Nigeria On Instagram by emabe: 10:07pm On May 11, 2015
What we’re used to is intolerable to Ghanaians. A community in Ghana hasn’t had steady power supply in a while and this lady took to instagram to say their government can’t treat them the way our government treats us. Nigerians can stand not having light but not them…


pls jawn and close ya eyes. Ghanians have nothing to tell us, Pls next.

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Phones / Re: Apart From Pinging: What Else Do You Do With BlackBerry? by emabe: 6:38pm On Sep 15, 2014

Mr. Man, are you on sharks??
Wetin concern you and my post or didn't you see I was replying someone?

Eh! Are talking to me. Are u talking to me. Do u know who I am? If its trouble u wnt, I will give u terror. So just got ya way
Romance / Re: Evry Woman Wants A God-fearing Man As Husband & D Men Also Want Virgin As Wife by emabe: 6:36pm On Sep 15, 2014
okooloyun1: How many virgin thread have u seen?

too much

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