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KEYNOTE ADDRESS DELIVERED BY His Excellency, Rt. Hon. Yakubu Dogara, Speaker House of Representatives, Federal Republic of Nigeria at the 31st Rotaract Multi-District Conference (NIGEROTA 2018) held on the 5th of May 2018 In FCT- Abuja, Nigeria

Rt. Hon. Yakubu Dogara, Speaker House of Representatives, Federal Republic of Nigeria

Speaker Dogara says:

-A society that cuts off from its youth, severs its lifeline

-We passed not too young to run bill to ensure youth participation in governance

-N/Assembly committed to enactment of youth friendly laws

The speaker of the House of Representatives, Hon Yakubu Dogara, has charged all youths to take full advantage of the ” Not too young to run” Bill, explaining that the National Assembly passed the popular bill with the objective of lowering the age requirement for elective offices in line with its commitment to youth participation in governance.

He also added that House of Representatives is committed to the enactment of youth friendly legislations that will aid the total development of our youths into productive citizens, encourage them to imbibe and sustain the spirit of commitment to civic obligations,

Delivering a lecture as the guest speaker at the 31st annual All Rotaract Multi-District conference in Abuja, he also added that the National Assembly is dedicated to ensuring the observance and appropriation of fundamental human rights of youths and full participation in governance though all the available opportunities under the law.

The Speaker, who expressed delight at double honours conferred on him by Rotaract by giving him the role of guest speaker and also conferring the prestigious merit award of Exemplary Leadership & Humanitarian Services on him, also expressed confidence in them to restore the fast depleting values among the younger generation.

“In a nation with fast depleting values among the younger generation, which in my opinion, is a consequence of uninspiring leadership, I am persuaded that occasions such as this provide fertile environment for inspirational interaction with youth who have, by choice, dedicated themselves to the promotion of the enthronement of critical human values and possess the potential to massively replicate same.

“Rotary International , of which Rotaract is an affiliate, remains one of the social organisations with the most noble objectives as well as operational culture. The Rotary 4-Way Test, which is the scale for the determination of the integrity of human thought and action indeed constitutes a master key to a majority, if not all, of our existential conundrum. In all human thoughts and actions , if the answers to these 4-Way test questions ,namely: i. Is it the truth? ii. Is it fair to all concerned? iii. Will it build goodwill and better friendships? and iv. Will it be beneficial to all concerned?, are in the affirmative, the risk of wrong is negligibly minimal,” he stated.

While admonishing the young members to take full advantage of the invaluable leadership education Rotaract offers them, he praised Rotaract for creating reality through the practice of sound character development and the inculcation of the spirit of service and friendship, adding that he has no doubt that Rotaract , and indeed its sister minors club, the Rotary Interact ( for persons between ages 12 – 18), if well promoted, should become the Leadership bank of communities, nations and indeed the global community.

Hon Dogara said, “Rotaract provides for you in experiential form, the rudiments of ethical living in your prime and as you grow with this specialized knowledge and experience , you are sure to end up as dependable citizens with high ethical standard. I charge you therefore that the time to learn Leadership is now; the time to learn patriotism is now, the time to learn nationalism is now; the time to learn commitment to community service is now and the time to set objective life goals towards national development is now.

“As you render service in the home community or the university environment you must not take for granted the lessons learned on the workings of organisations. Similarly in the student community participation in student unionism and other clubs that promote ethical conduct is worth your engagement and I need not remind you that the Rotary 4-Way Test should be your guide at all times and in all circumstances. When you imbibe Leadership qualities at this level, it can only get better with age, education and experience.”

“In the local community the basic needs, aspirations, concerns, anxieties and idiosyncrasies of the community must be fully appreciated before they be genuinely addressed. As the national level, Rotractors must acquaint themselves with the basic constitutional principles of citizenship contained in chapter 3 of the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999, the Fundamental Human Rights provisions in Chapter 4 and perhaps more importantly the Fundamental objectives and Directive Principles of State Policy contained in chapter 2 thereof. It is with this comprehensive knowledge of the environment that a rotractor will fully appreciate his rights, obligations and civic responsibilities.”

The Speaker also lectured and advised them on the need to participate in governance as the true essence of democracy is that power belongs to the people and not officials who exercise governmental power, be it in elective or appointive capacity and urged them to shun violence and thuggery while always exercise their voting rights.

“They are mere trustees, representatives or agents of the people” Section 14 subsection 2 (b) of the Constitution of the federal Republic of Nigeria captures this succinctly when it states ” sovereignty belongs to the people of Nigeria from whom government through this Constitution derives all its powers and authority” and 2(c) ” the participation by the people in their government shall be ensured in accordance with the provisions of this Constitution.

“ A good Rotaractor should be an active citizen through the observation of civic responsibilities, he must recognise that power belong to the people which he is a part of and therefore he must monitor to ensure that those he has delegated to exercise this power on his behalf do not run away with it.

“A good Rotaractor should cast his vote to elect persons of his choice into office and also contest elections to positions of his interest. A good Rotaractor should in collaboration with colleagues, peers form or join election monitoring groups to promote free, fair and credible elections through which good leaders can be recruited for service at different levels of government. I should like to caution that thuggery does not form a part of the citizens participation being canvassed here. Indeed thuggery is totally alien to the objectives of Rotaract and cannot be contemplated by a true Rotaractor except for purposes of mobilizing against it. I should perhaps wish to add that thuggery is criminalised under the Electoral Act of Nigeria.”

Turaki Hassan
Special Adviser (Media & Public Affairs)

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My Life, My Voice by Onike Olaitan Kehinde

Miss Onike Olaitan Kehinde

Life is like a game, a journey full of pain. Life is a race that must be won to avoid shame. Life is no respecter of age because at some point it rapes. Life cares less about those who are wreckless and careless to remember it is all about survival of the fittest. My life is my voice. Yet! I fear it might not be heard until I am gone. I have decided to lend this voice of mine to the world, if for anything I will be forgotten but this distant voice of mine will echo for a long time to come.

Every life is a combination of traits, behaviours, habits and passion and my life is no exception. Much more than that, my life is an epistle of hurts, gains, let go, friendship and family. I am too shy or embarrassed to give an account of how much life has taken from me, but I know my life has a resonating voice with which it speaks, I just hope you listen.

I have friends who act as challenges that makes me want to give up on life while others present chances for me to hold my oars and row harder. Life sometimes is cruel. It never gives you what you deserve, only what you demand from it and even before it does, it will demand a million from you. Life has never given me all I wanted but I took the best of what I wanted.

A lot of people squander their health in search of wealth but all they get is death. I squander my health in search of the best result and all I get is injections finding their way through intramuscular and intravenous routes of drug administration. For ten years and still counting, I have lived as a known Peptic Ulcer Disease patient. A disease that affects about six million persons in the United States. A disease that has turned me from a chubby lass to a tender and slender lady who now lives with the fear of having her prolonged stomach ulcer turn into a stomach cancer. It all started with fear getting the better of me. Fear of getting to school late thereby taking little or no breakfast to fear of getting late to class after hustling to get a snack for brunch to no avail.

Some nights I stay awake and wet my pillow while I brood about tomorrow. The tears I shed is nothing compared to the pains I feel. Some pains caused by tortures. Tortures I get from people with each passing day. It is so embarrassing when educated people ask if I am a sickle cell anaemia patient. They make it sound like sickle cell is a disease. Not every educated person is learned though. Some even go as far as referring to me as a teenager when in real sense I am old enough to have children of my own. Other pain is that which I get from the dos and don’ts of this ailment. Ranging from not being able to brew myself a cup of coffee to not taking peppery foods to not feeling too emotional (being sad, excited, moody) to letting go of some favorite meals. And the most severe of the pains is the crisis. Call it ulcer attack. It hurts badly such that I wish for death to barge in. So much it hurts that the people around me live in fear of losing me to the cold hands of death. Sometimes, this pain comes with Gastrointestinal bleeding (vomiting or/stooling of blood) thereby resulting to anaemia. Never will I forget the pain of letting go of the people I love for fear that someday, they will get tired of staying strong for me. At some point, the writings on the wall were crystal clear. “Love that will stand by me, fighting to be together, facing all odds and never letting go will one day happen for me”. I convince myself to take charge of my emotions.

Many atimes, I sleep and death comes knocking and when my eyes are about slipping into the afterlife, the very thought of my name being engraved on a tomb stone scares me but the thought of family and friends loosing me scares me more. That vacuum I will leave behind I am sure till the end of eternity will not be filled. However, remembering my dreams and aspirations, that, which has been my obsession is enough to fight to live.

At this juncture, since what doesn’t kill you will make you stronger, you need to find yourself a reason to live. Remember the words of John Steinbeck, a renowned American writer who said; “it seems to me that if you or I must choose between two courses of thought or action, we must remember our dying and try so to live that our death brings no pleasure to the world”. Even if you cannot choose to live for yourself, live for the world that might just need you to be a better place. And to those of us who are insensitive enough not to know when we puncture a sensitive part of these people, try as much as you can to bestow love on them. Love does get people far in life. It is what keeps most of us going. This is my Creed, my life and my choice that it should be voiced.

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INEC’s Role In Labour Party’s Crisis: A Threat to the 2019 Elections, By Ashton Dagana

Under an administration that has the fight against corruption as one of its core mandates, INEC’s refusal to follow the rule of law and update its records to reflect the change of leadership at Labour Party is tantamount to corruption. This does not bode well for our democracy, and all well-meaning Nigerians must rise up and join members of the Labour Party in denouncing this illegality until INEC acts right.

As the 2019 election season approaches, political intrigues and manoeuvrings are taking another dimension as all players in the arena devise strategies to outwit one another. For students of political science and stakeholders in nation-building however, 2019 is much more than an election year for Nigeria. 2019 marks two decades of uninterrupted democratic rule in Nigeria, and as such there exists a threshold of maturity and growth expected of the political process, including but not limited to the political parties and relevant institutions, especially the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

The successful conduct of free, fair and credible elections in 2019 has its foundations in the strength and ability of institutions like INEC to perform their oversight functions on the political process without prejudice or bias. Unfortunately, that is currently not the case with the way INEC has handled attempts by some vested interests to create a leadership crisis in and eventually hijack the Labour Party.

One could recall that on October 3, 2017, the Labour Party, in accordance with the provisions of the party constitution, held a special national convention in Abuja. Having been duly informed of the convention by the party’s leadership, INEC sent a monitoring team that included Mr. Shehu Wahab (DD), Mr. Oni Jerome Omowaye (AD), and Barrister Umar Akeje Esq. (PLO) to monitor the convention and submit a report on it.

At that convention, Dr. Mike Omotosho, was elected as the new national chairman of the Labour Party. This election followed the decision of the National Working Committee of the party to remove former chairman, Alhaji Abdulkadir Abdulsalam over a myriad of corruption allegations and mismanagement of party funds. Prior to his removal, Alhaji Abdulkadir Abdulsalam had refused to appear before a disciplinary committee set up by the National Working Committee of the party to investigate the fraud and embezzlement of over N1.3 billion party funds.

It is baffling, therefore, that seven months after the change in leadership of the Labour Party, INEC has refused to update its records and website with the name of the new national chairman. By virtue of Article 13(B) of the Constitution of the Labour Party, the National Convention is the highest decision-making organ of the party. The refusal of INEC to ratify an election held by the National Convention of the party and in the presence of INEC’s representatives constitutes an illegality.

This unfortunate course of action taken by INEC has given Alhaji Abdulkadir Abdulsalam a leeway to continue to parade himself as the national chairman of Labour Party, despite his removal and the election of an authentic chairman. Just last month, the Labour Party Forum of State Chairmen met in Abuja to demand that INEC should henceforth recognise and only relate with Dr. Mike Omotosho as the duly elected national chairman of the Labour Party. The forum, in a communique issued at the end of the meeting, expressed dismay that INEC, as regulator of party activities, failed to fully comply and impartially implement the overwhelming decision of the convention, being the highest organ of Labour Party, with regard to the removal of Alhaji Abdulsalam.

The group further alleged that former governor of Ondo State, Olusegun Mimiko, has been fingered in a plot to destabilise and hijack the party for his own personal gains in the 2019 election cycle. According to them, Mimiko, a serial decampee who deserted the party after using its platform to win the Ondo State governorship election, is using the illegal chairman to create the impression of a leadership crisis within the Labour Party. Recall that in September 2014, Mimiko attended the National Executive Committee meeting of the Labour Party and denied rumours of his impending defection to the People’s Democratic Party only to announce his defection a month later.

It was alleged that Mimiko defected to the PDP in 2014 after the leadership of the Labour Party refused to accede to his request to merge with the PDP and support former President Goodluck Jonathan in the 2015 elections. It appears that Mimiko has not given up on his political machinations however and now plans to deliver the Labour Party into the hands of the PDP ahead of the 2019 elections.

The unfolding drama also calls into question the integrity of INEC chairman, Professor Mahmood Yakubu and raises more doubt over whether he is the right man for the job. A while ago, INEC shockingly decided to halt action on efforts by voters in Kogi West to recall Senator Dino Melaye after the Senate threatened to probe Professor Yakubu’s tenure as executive secretary of the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund). How can INEC conduct credible elections in 2019 if the chairman is susceptible to blackmail as alleged?

There is also a corruption angle to consider, as it is possible that some powerful forces are simply using this man-made leadership crisis in the Labour Party as a means of shielding one of their own from the long arms of the law. In the build up to the 2015 elections, the Labour Party generated N1,344,047,000 from the sales of expression of interest forms and nomination forms to aspirants. By December 2015, only N25,000 was left in the party’s account. This formed basis of the suspension and eventual removal of Alhaji Abdulkadir Abdulsalam as the party’s national chairman.

Under an administration that has the fight against corruption as one of its core mandates, INEC’s refusal to follow the rule of law and update its records to reflect the change of leadership at Labour Party is tantamount to corruption. This does not bode well for our democracy, and all well-meaning Nigerians must rise up and join members of the Labour Party in denouncing this illegality until INEC acts right.

Ashton Dagana, a Quantity Surveyor writes from Port Harcourt. (

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Is Nnamdi Kanu Dead or Alive? By Chief Tola Adeniyi

Mazi Nnamdi Kanu

Today I charge all of us in the media with criminal silence and culpable complicity in the disappearance of Nnamdi Kanu’s saga. Since September 14 last year when Nigerian troops were ordered to brutally invade the home of the leader of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra [IPOB], now purportedly proscribed, not a word has been heard from the usually outspoken Nnamdi Kanu and all-powerful federal troops that invaded his home had kept silent about his fate. Is he dead? Is he alive? If dead, where is his corpse? If alive, where is he and what is the state of his health?

About 4 years ago when over 200 Chibok girls were forcefully abducted by the dreaded Boko Haram terrorist group Vanguard and one or two other newspapers had on their front pages posers and counters reminding the authorities every day about the plight of the unfortunate innocent girls. The posers have since stopped or may have been asked to be stopped by those who felt embarrassed on daily basis by this reminder.

One would have wished though that the reminders were retained as they are very crucial and necessary as a show of solidarity with the agonizing parents of those children. Government should also be kept on its toes until all the kidnapped girls are freed and reunited with their parents. The point of the case is the realisation that none of the parents of these children has stopped counting each day of their misfortune as long as their children are in unimaginable captivity. None of the parents has enjoyed sleep since that terrible day when children who were about to write examinations that would better their future ended up in unmitigated captivity and slavery.

No one is amused by the melodrama of the seemingly stage managed ‘kidnap’ of Dapchi girls and their subsequent melodramatic ‘release’ in a most theatrical absurdity. In fact there is no basis for comparison between the horrible abduction of the Chibok girls and the merry tale that got dramatized last month by puppeteers.

But the assault on Nnamdi Kanu’s community was real and substantial. It was premeditated and clinically executed. Until that attack Nnamdi Kanu was about the most charismatic leader Nigeria has seen in decades. No leader in Nigeria today can boast of the huge voluntary and committed followership which Kanu enjoys. Forget about rented crowds and one-million-two-million-man march that politicians purchase with dollars and Naira as their ego trips demand.

Nigerians should demand from the military and their pay master the federal government, what has happened to Nnamdi Kanu. A country moving dangerously towards fascism and tyrannical dictatorship must be put in check by the people. As fathers and mothers we should be asking ourselves what our reactions would be if Kanu were our son or his community our community. We cannot continue to play the ostrich and continue to sweep matters of national importance under the carpet.

We do know that we are all in trouble and endangered when with our eyes open we tolerated a situation where the security architecture of a country is kept in one tiny section of the country and decisions about our security and safety are taken by a cabal of self seekers. Nnamdi Kanu does not brandish AK 47 rifles, he does not parade machetes nor do his followers engage in massacres and gang rape.

I hereby reproduce a report published by The Nation newspapers in which Kanu’s lawyers posed the same question about Kanu’s whereabouts since September 28 2017. Written by Eric Ikhilae in Abuja the lawyers had challenged the Chief of Army staff to produce Nnamdi Kanu without delay. Regrettably, that demand to the best of my knowledge had been treated with similar contempt issuing from arrogance of power. Here is the report:

“Leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu has asked a Federal High Court in Abuja for an order of Habeas Corpus ad subjiciendum, commanding Chief of Army Staff Lt.-Gen. Tukur Buratai to produce him in court.

“The request is contained in a suit filed in his name yesterday by some lawyers, led by Ifeanyi Ejiofor.

“Part of the grounds for the request include that Kanu has not been seen since some soldiers allegedly invaded his house on September 14.

“The plaintiff stated that Kanu, who was in the house when the soldiers came, had not been heard from or seen since then.

“The invading soldiers in their desperate bid to ensure that the applicant (Kanu) is caught in the attack, climbed stairs to his bedroom upstairs to shoot him; walls of his bedroom were riddled with bullets.

“The invading soldiers, who had direct contact with the applicant on this fateful day (14th day of September 2017), should be in a position to produce the Applicant before the court. It is either the Respondent’s rampaging soldiers abducted the Applicant during this raid or must have killed him in the process.

“Section 40 of the Federal High Court Act empowers this court to order that a writ of habeas corpus ad subjiciendum be issued on the respondent to produce the applicant in court, particularly now that his substantive criminal trial is coming up on the 17th day of October, 2017.”

“The plaintiff stated, in a supporting affidavit, details of what allegedly occurred during the attack on Kanu’s residence and the circumstances leading to his purported disappearance.

“A lawyer, Mandela Umegborogu, said he learnt from Kanu’s younger brother, Emmanueal ‘that the soldiers, who also drove in a purpose-built sophisticated armoured personnel carrier, fired live bullets on the relatives of the Applicant, leaving scores brutally wounded, and arrested many.

“During the bloody attack/invasion of the applicant’s home, scores were killed and others forced to abandon their sleep and run for cover in nearby bushes, which include nursing mothers, pregnant women, children and the aged.

“On that same day, the 12th day of September, 2017, dozens of supporters of the applicant who were on a courtesy visit to him, were also barricaded at Isialangwa and tortured on the same day.

“The applicant was emotionally traumatised and visibly tortured on account of heavy causalities recorded in this unprovoked attack from the invading soldiers.

“On the 14th day of September, 2017, the Nigerian soldiers invaded the applicant’s home for the second time, unfortunately on a brutal but murderous raid that left 28 persons dead and over 48 arrested and taken away to an unknown destination.

”The applicant was sitting right inside his bedroom when the soldiers invaded his home. The soldiers, in their desperate efforts to ensure that the applicant who is their main target is gunned down, climbed the stairs to his bedroom upstairs to shoot him.

“The wall of the applicant’s bedroom is riddled with bullets holes till date. Attached and marked as Exhibits EK1, EK2, EK3, EK4, EK5 EK6, EK7 and EK8 are photographs showing with sufficient clarity the impacts of this assault on the Applicant’s home.

”By virtue of this contact, the soldiers had with the Applicant in his room on this 14th day of September 2017, the soldiers must know where the Applicant is, his fate and state of health.

“The rampaging soldiers burst into the room of the Applicant in the course of this bloody attack and shot at everything on sight, including living objects. Attached and variously marked Exhibits EK9, EK10, EK11, EK12, EK13 and EK14, are the photographs and video footage evidencing this dastardly attack on the home of the applicant, including the bullets holes in his bedroom.

“The Respondent and his agents are fully aware that the applicant will return to court on the 17th of October 2017 to stand for his trial in the case above mentioned.

“The applicant has never been invited by any security agency to response to any criminal allegation before this unprovoked bloody assault in his home.

”The murderous raid in the home of the Applicant is targeted at eliminating him and not to arrest him.”

All men and women of conscience, all mothers and fathers, and all grandparents who put unquantifiable value on the lives of children and fellow human beings should put pressure on the president of this country to order General Buratai to produce Nnamdi Kanu. And politicians who are always crazy about elections, positions, power and privileges and who were/are party to the Nnamdi Kanu’s disappearance saga should bury their heads in shame.

As fathers and mothers we should be asking ourselves what our reactions would be if Kanu were our son or his community our community.

Nnamdi Kanu

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Why Com. Adio Orlando Odunjo Is The Most Suitable Candidate For NANS Presidency By Adeoye Adetoyese

You will agree with me that sometimes some people do not always want the best person to win, because their purposes and plans are very complex. I would like to believe that most of the time, however, you do want the more ethical and wiser individual to serve. We need to choose somebody who is going to advocate for us — and I think that person is Comrade Adio Odunjo.

They say the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. Voting for candidates with no credential and character is what I term as complete idiocy. Comrade Odunjo Adio has the best managerial ability, he possesses the equanimity to handle the always demanding and unpredictable pressures of the office of NANS President, he is a man with untainted integrity and unquestionable character.

Though they say, appearance sometimes belie the character but with strong conviction Adio Odunjo’s appearance and other nonverbal cues shows he is a true leader. If there ever were a great leader in the history of business and management, it would be William Deming. Deming was a visionary genius whose concepts of effective leadership were decades ahead of his time. It was Deming who greatly improved industrial production in the United States during World War II. The only Aspirant who can be compared to Deming in upcoming NANS election is comrade Odunjo Adio – The genius of our time.

Management and collaboration are pivotal in leadership and politics, you need someone who possesses the ability to adapt to an array of situations, challenges, and pressures, someone who can humbly work together with various types of people and knows how to treat people differently in order to treat them the same way. The only Aspirant who possesses this ability is Comrade Odunjo Adio.

Then when you consider someone with integrity, articulacy, transparency, honesty, intelligibility, courageosnnes, credibility, and candor in all communication; and who avoids deception, expediency, artificiality, or shallowness of any kind in all situations, your undeniable answer is Comrade Odunjo Adio.

I would appreciate your vote for Comrade Odunjo Adio. If elected, he will continue to fight for the things that are important to students, no matter how big or small they might seem, he will do his utmost best to enhance the prestige of our dear association -NANS. His antecedents most importantly attest to this.

It is imperative that we pray faithfully for the upcoming NANS election. It is a well known fact that prayer is not a laughing matter. It is an opportunity to humble ourselves before the Almighty God, sharing our innermost thoughts and seeking His help and guidance, to this end, it is my prayer that the Almighty God will extend His grace to the electorates, members of the CPC, the aspirants and every Nigerian students.

Aluta Continua, Victoria Acerta!

Adeoye Adetoyese

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Agricultural Development Society(ADS) is the concourse of Nigerian youths equipped with agricultural drive channeled at ensuring economic prosperity . The organisation remains the vertex youth structure with prime interest of promoting the progress of agriculture in the country .We have overtime establish our commitment on ensuring a dislodge in status quo , an alteration in paradigm and the disruption of agricultural inertia. ADS have relentlessly ensure unrestricted advocacy for; agricultural revolution via strategic activities and planning of reorientation programmes , rebrand the perception of Nigerian youths on agriculture and the dignity encased in labour, upgrade the entrepreneurial skills of youths via agripreneurship , ,appreciably ensure job creation and food security ,disintegrate the vicious cycle of ; scarcity , poverty ,violence and ignorance ravaging the youths domain.

JOHN SALAZAR once said; I have always said their is only one thing that can bring our nation down -our dependence on foreign countries…

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