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This compact English Standard Version (ESV) Holy Bible, It also contains a 75-day devotional written especially for Every Christian with maps, songs, hymns, prayers, and a “Christian Mission Essential Task List.”
-Contains 16 pages with 16 different vegetables found in Nigeria and in some other countries for a wider knowlege on vegetables
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-A great avenue to teach kids to eat healthy by eating vegetables
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This book is a sequel to How We Destroy Nigeria: Precedence of Doom. Most of what has been documented in the prequel focus on the country's past and present rulers, while most of this book's content focuses on the entire citizens and their roles in Nigeria's embarrassing state. Many Nigerians claim they want a better country, but such hopes and aspirations sharply contradict their daily activities. A combination of crooked political and public office holders and citizens' apathy to matters of social responsibility and accountability made Nigeria a haven for financial crimes. The author also describes anti-social and unpolished practices responsible for the individual and national stagnation of the Nigerian people