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  7. abudu1968 says:

    Etolo ki ma mene anyo: A slippery ground those not know a respectable person. This happens mainly during the rainy season when every body moves with caution after heavy showers that usually results in very slippery surfaces in Igala land due to the nature of our soil.

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