Olufemi, my brother.
AfroVII
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This is really sad. But like I have come to find out, a few things are inherent in humans irrespective of their financial status.

Femi, who has had it really tough, never pondered on the divine intervention that brought him to his present comfort zone. But he would rather throw all to the wind for some instant gratification.

That’s some deeply rooted shit(excuse my language).

I haven’t lost a relative before to this kind of situation but I’ve lost friends.

Time will heal your wound. Stay strong.

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