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Legima Doh

A fon aged 80 disappeared?Coded language or plain.The traditional observance in this case is counterproductive.Such should be debunked.Sympathy expression must sincerely come from the mind and not to be impossed.

Herman M. Yenwo

I am very proud of our new Fon as I vividly remember His Royal Highness from our days in Lagos, Nigeria.
Long Live the King!

-Herman M. Yenwo-

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THESE FONS OR WHATEVER THEY ARE CALLED ARE BIYA'S ASS-LICKERS AND COCKSUCKERS.THEY SHOULD STOP FOOLING AROUND AND GET A LIFE.THIS IS REALITY AND THEY MUST FACE IT.

Fon.

Legima Doh,
This is the second time you are raising up this question about a Fon that disappears. I thought you come from the NW! Where were you brought up?
However, the language is not limited to the Fons of NW; it is global. We say a King disappears and not dies.

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