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Writer, Good Governance Crusader, Public Health Practitioner, and a Pragmatist Strategist.
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http://www.facebook.com/Mao Nangi O
Favourite Music
Christian Gospel
What I like about Nigeria
I am a Nigerian, i love our never-giving-up spirit.

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THE STORY OF SOTONYE: A TRUE STORY OF THE REALITIES OF ETHNIC IDENTITIES IN NIGERIA.

Posted on August 14, 2015 at 11:47am 2 Comments

THE STORY OF SOTONYE: A TRUE STORY.

Caveat: This is more like a compendium, although lengthy but worth reading if you have the luxury of time. This is a true story, no fiction, not a figment of my imagination.

 

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At 1:06pm on September 10, 2015, CECILIA GRANDSON said…

PAN PACIFIC VANCOUVER HOTEL CANADA.



                         Employment opportunity in Pan Pacific Hotel  Canada.
                                                                            
Employment opportunity in Pan Pacific  Hotel, The manager of Pan Pacific Hotel Canada, wants suitable personal in which our hotel  about 30 workers needs men and women who can work and live in Pan Pacific  hotels here in Canada . Our hotel will be responsible for the payment for his/her air ticket feeding and accommodations only, so if you are interest you can contact us directory at this below e-mail address link...with your C.V. EMAIL:employmentpanpacific@torontomail.com

   we look forward for your prompt reply.

 Thanks.
From the Hotel manager.
Mrs  Cecilia  Grandson.
Suite 300-999 Canada Place, Vancouver,

British Columbia, V6C 3B5, Canada

 
 
 

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