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(TRADE NEWSWIRE): Our highly revered Yoruba elders say :(Adan da ori kodo, o n wo ise eye) English meaning (The bat hangs upside down while watching the actions of other birds), TRADE NEWSWIRE reports.

(Awa eda eniyan ro wipe agbon, la’imo wipe Oluwal’ogbon, eda go ju) English meaning ( Human beings think that they are knowledgeable, but not knowing that it is only the Almighty God who is the most knowledgeable while human beings  are far too ignorant before Him).

(Bi omugo ba di ogbon, ti Olorun ni; bi ogbon ba di omugo ti Olorun ni) English meaning (if an act of ignorance turns knowledgeable, there is no doubt that it is God’s doing; and if a knowledgeable act turns ignorant, there is no doubt that it is also God’s doing).

May God Guide Our Leaders Right

MAY AFRICA BE GREAT AND PEACEFUL

 

Sulaiman Adenekan

A Strategist/ Publisher

 TRADE NEWSWIRE (www.tradenewswire.net).

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