Thursday, September 29, 2016

Horror at GTC Mbah(Kumbo) as Lightening Stroke 7 Students

An atmosphere of uncertainty looms at GTC Mbah in Kumbo central sub division as lightening is reported to have stroke seven students. Tangwa Lawrence in a Facebook post recounted that the lightening destroyed electricity line and the cables used in wiring the school. The incident which occurred on September 27 at midday affected four girls and three boys. The victims, according to reports were immediately covered with soil to release electron charges from their bodies, before being transferred to the health facility where they were being taken care of by medics.

Informed of the indent, the Divisional Delegate for Secondary Education for Bui, Asah Mbenkum William visited the scene and victims.
 Latest reports say the students are responding to medical treatment.

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Looking Glass: The Euphoria that Saluted the Official Handing Over, Inauguration of Maternity Block at Ndu

On December 26, 2012, fire consumed the maternity block and the pharmacy section of the Ndu District Hospital in Donga Mantung Division. Four years after the fire incident, Ndu District Hospital bounces back with an ultra modern maternity block funded by DANA Petroleum LTD, an exploration company based Ndian Division in the South West Region. 

There was fanfare and ecstasy at the Ndu District Hospital as the Senior Divisional Officer for Donga Mantung Division officially performed the inauguration rite of the newly constructed block to host the maternity funded by DANA Petroleum LTD. Holding the ribbon from left to right beside Donga Mantung SDO were the Chief Executive Officer of DANA Petroleum, the Mayor of Ndu, the Member of Parliament for Donga Mantung Centre, the Divisional Officer for Ndu, the Country Representative of Toprock, HRH the Fon of Ndu, the chief Executive Officer of Harmony Ventures, the District Medical Officer and the Divisional Delegate for Public Works for Donga Mantung Division. 
Singing and dancing skyrocketed when the keys of the edifice were handed to Donga Mantung SDO, Ngone Ndodemesape Bernard by the CEO of DANA Petroleum LTD, Ta Nformi Ralph Manyi. It was the Ta Shey Gadima Mejamah, the Chief Executive Officer of Harmony Ventures (contractor) who earlier on handed the keys of the newly constructed edifice to the funder. Drum beats and sounds echoed into the hills of Ndu as pregnant women, mothers, fathers and would-be mothers and fathers showed signs of relief on their faces for a dream come true.
Donga Mantung SDO described the support as a mark of sustainable development. To Ngone Ndodemesape Bernard, DANA Petroleum LTD has moved out of the madding crowd to impact lives in communities. He urged other elites to emulate the example of Tamfu Simon to lobby for projects that can impact lives in their communities. 

What they Said:

HRH The Fon of Ndu (Wiya Clan Head)
In his words, HRH the Fon of Ndu expressed gratitude to DANA Petroleum LTD for the timely support that will go a long way to impact lives positively in his fondoms and the municipality. He equally expressed gratitude to those who ceded their land for the construction project as well as everyone who was involved in the chain. The fon of Ndu particularly thanked Tamfu Simon of SNH for lobbying for the funding. The Wiya Clan head also used the opportunity to pour showers of praises on Ta Shey Gadima Mejamah for putting in place the edifice. 

Bunyui Emmanuel Nyugab (Mayor of Ndu) 
On his part the Mayor of Ndu, Bunyui Emmanuel Nyugab reminded the population that the gift from DANA Petroleum was life-saving one. He lauded the company for moving out of their area of intervention to Ndu municipality to fund a project that will go a long way to improve on the living conditions of the population. Like Oliver Twist, Bunyui Emmanuel Nyugab expressed the need the Ndu District hospital to have a mortuary. He used the occasion to extend a hand of need to TOPROCK and DANA Petroleum LTD. He said the people of Ndu will never forget the laudable efforts deployed by Tamfu Simon to lobby and obtain funding for the construction project. “I should like to thank Ta Shey Gadima Mejamah who won the contract and as you can all see has done a very good job”, he continued. Prospects, he added are high at that the collaboration between the population of Ndu and DANA, TOPROCK will change lives positively in the municipality. He applauded all the stakeholders that were involved in the planning and execution of the project and promised that the Ndu council will make sure that flowers are planted and the edifice will be put into judicious use. In a satirical tone the mayor said even those who have stopped giving birth may bounce back while those who were not yet married will hurriedly do so to enjoy the facilities. To the medical staff, he prescribed hard work and diligence. 

Ta Nformi Ralph Manyi (CEO of DANA Petroleum LTD)
Ta Nformi Ralph Manyi, the Chief Executive Officer of DANA Petroleum told the population of Ndu that by financing the project, his company is playing government role to make sure that benefits from petroleum is shared nationwide. He also added that though from the initial stage, the project was to be financed by two companies, the withdrawal of one partner did push DANA Petroleum to pack out but rather, they took the heavy responsibility to fund the project. He said at DANA Petroleum, one of their objectives is to provide support to communities as part of its corporate social responsibility. And it is thanks to Tamfu Simon that DANA Petroleum which is based in Ndian had to move out of its area of intervention to finance the Maternity Block at Ndu District hospital. He expressed gratitude to the Divisional Officer of Ndu, the Divisional Delegate of Public Works for Donga Mantung and Ta Shey Gadima Mejamah for the wonderful job, and supervision. In his concluding statement, Ta Shey Ralph Manyi said the relationship between DANA and Ndu municipality is on a good footing.  

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Lesson from Nigeria: An Open Letter to President Muhammadu Buhari

A Nigerian has bared his mind on what he thinks is frustrating foreign investment in the country as Nigeria battles recession.

President Muhamamdu Buhari
Your Excellency
I listened to your speech on NTA news and followed newspaper reports of it, and noted with interest your directive to the Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission, ICRC, and other relevant agencies to cut down bureaucratic bottlenecks on new investments in order to get the economy out of recession.
You are right Mr. President that the economy needs to attract local and foreign investments to create jobs and improve opportunities for all.  But how can this be Mr. President, when an appointed officer in your government can keep a project worth N68 billion cash investment and over N110 billion total annual concession fees, during the life of the project, on his desk for more than six months with no consequence? What does such a situation say to the investors we are trying to attract?
The concession of the National Theatre fallow land for purposes of fully implementing the over 40-year-old National Theatre master plan by re-development of the areas around the National Theatre into an entertainment city, is the project. It will include a five-star hotel, water park, shopping complex, cultural arcade, office blocks, power plant, waste disposal facility and rehabilitation of the main bowl of the National Theatre which will remain under management of the Federal Government.
The following events illustrate the recent journey of the project:
May 25, 2015
Letter of notification issued to the preferred bidder, and the reserved bidder as directed by ICRC.
November 2015
PPP agreements fully negotiated by a joint negotiating team including National Theatre, Ministry of Culture, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Finance, under the oversight of the ICRC, submitted to Honourable Minister of Information and Culture, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Justice. The Ministry of Justice approved the draft agreement subject to revisions, which were fully reflected.  At the same time, Final Business Case with draft agreements were submitted to ICRC for compliance review.
March 11, 2016
ICRC issued Final Certificate of Compliance based on Final Business Case, indicating that the project had complied with ICRC Act and the National Policy on PPP and requesting the Honorable Minister of Information and Culture to present the project to FEC.
The project has remained with the Minister and has not been presented to FEC by the Supervising Minister; rather the Minister is by all means maneuvering to bring his preferred company into the project. Is this the change the nation voted for?
Mr. President, how do we attract investments with this kind of deliberate frustration of current investors in a concluded bid?  
Written by Tijani Abdusalam-Ogueyi

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Hillary Clinton Wins Round One of US Presidential Debate as Donald Trump is Trumped

Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton prevailed yesterday night as she outclassed Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton was deemed the winner of Monday night's debate by 62% of voters who tuned in to watch, while just 27% said they thought Donald Trump had the better night, according to a CNN/ORC Poll of voters who watched the debate.
 That drubbing is similar to Mitt Romney's dominant performance over President Barack Obama in the first 2012 presidential debate.
 Voters who watched said Clinton expressed her views more clearly than Trump and had a better understanding of the issues by a margin of more than 2-to-1. Clinton also was seen as having done a better job addressing concerns voters might have about her potential presidency by a 57% to 35% margin, and as the stronger leader by a 56% to 39% margin.
 The gap was smaller on which candidate appeared more sincere and authentic, though still broke in Clinton's favor, with 53% saying she was more sincere vs. 40% who felt Trump did better on that score. Trump topped Clinton 56% to 33% as the debater who spent more time attacking their opponent.
 Although the survey suggested debate watchers were more apt to describe themselves as Democrats than the overall pool of voters, even independents who watched deemed Clinton the winner, 54% vs. 33% who thought Trump did the best job in the debate.
 And the survey suggests Clinton outperformed the expectations of those who watched. While pre-debate interviews indicated these watchers expected Clinton to win by a 26-point margin, that grew to 35 points in the post-debate survey.
 About half in the poll say the debate did not have an effect on their voting plans, 47% said it didn't make a difference, but those who say they were moved by it tilted in Clinton's direction, 34% said the debate made them more apt to vote for Clinton, 18% more likely to back Trump.
 On the issues, voters who watched broadly say Clinton would do a better job handling foreign policy, 62% to 35%, and most think she would be the better candidate to handle terrorism, 54% to 43% who prefer Trump. But on the economy, the split is much closer, with 51% saying they favor Clinton's approach vs. 47% who prefer Trump.
Most debate watchers came away from Monday's face-off with doubts about Trump's ability to handle the presidency. Overall, 55% say they didn't think Trump would be able to handle the job of president, 43% said they thought he would. Among political independents who watched the debate, it's a near-even split, 50% say he can handle it, 49% that he can't.
And voters who watched were more apt to see Trump's attacks on Clinton as unfair than they were to see her critiques that way. About two-thirds of debate viewers, 67%, said Clinton's critiques of Trump were fair, while just 51% said the same of Trump.
Assessments of Trump's attacks on Clinton were sharply split by gender, with 58% of men seeing them as fair compared with 44% of women who watched on Monday. There was almost no gender divide in perceptions of whether Clinton's attacks were fair.
The CNN/ORC post-debate poll includes interviews with 521 registered voters who watched the September 26 debate. Results among debate-watchers have a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 4.5 percentage points. Respondents were originally interviewed as part of a September 23-25 telephone survey of a random sample of Americans, and indicated they planned to watch the debate and would be willing to be re-interviewed when it was over.

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APC Crisis: John Oyegun Replies Tinubu Over Implicating Allegations

 Chief John Odigie-Oyegun, National Chairman of the APC is not a happy man following implicating allegations leveled against him by the Ahmed Bola Tinubu.

Chief John Odigie-Oyegun and Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu
 The National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Chief John Odigie-Oyegun has finally spoken following allegations levelled against him by the National Leaders of the party, Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu, over the Ondo State governorship primary.
 Tinubu had on Sunday asked Oyegun to immediately resign for rejecting the report of the Appeal Panel set up by the party to review the outcome of the primary in the state and instead submitted the name of Mr. Rotimi Akeredolu (SAN) as the governorship candidate of the party to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).
 Replying to the accusation, Oyegun who spoke in Benin City, the Edo State capital, said: “Asiwaju is a well respected leader of the APC and as such, I cannot be heard speaking evil against him,” he then added: “you know we have a crucial election here in Edo which is my priority right now.
“I don’t want to lose focus and I know Asiwaju also wants us to win because we all worked hard for this. So may be after the election if there is need, I will speak if there is no need, I will relax.
“But all I can say now is that most of the things said in the papers about me are not true. I have always believed in internal democracy, that the credibility of primary must be taken seriously.”
 He further said: “I believe that if the primaries of parties are not credible, it may derail any democracy, so I don’t play with these things at all. Everybody knows me and I don’t joke with my credibility and I have tried to maintain it.
“Like I said, Asiwaju is our leader and we all hold him in high esteem, so I will never join issues with him.
“But may be after the Edo elections, after we must have emerged victorious, we may speak on some of the issues raised. So there is no problem at all.
“Edo is the focus for now and as you know this is my state, so it is a very serious election for us. So I want to be allowed to remain focused; then after the election we can speak.”
 Another estranged Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the APC, Mr. Timi Frank has backed Tinubu's call for Oyegun's resignation.
 Speaking at a press conference in Abuja yesterday, Frank said “Based on this weighty allegations from our national leader and founding father of the party, I want to restate my earlier position that we must call for an emergency NEC meeting.
“If Oyegun knows that he has nothing to hide and that whatever Tinubu has said about him is not true, I am challenging him to immediately call for an emergency NEC meeting to enable us come together face to face and look ourselves in the face and tell ourselves the truth and see how we can resolve this internal crisis. If we cannot resolve this crisis now, we may never be able to resolve it,” he said.
 He threatened to mobilise members of the party to demonstrate against the Oyegun-led leadership if after 14 days the party had not summoned a NEC meeting.
“I want to use this medium to appeal to Mr. President because it has gotten to a situation where he can no longer be silent on the party’s internal issues. The president must speak out and save our party. He is the leader of the party and must not leave the party in the hands of these people that cannot resolve one crisis.
“Every party member is loyal to the president and he should see the need to immediately call for an emergency NEC meeting to enable us come together and look at these allegations.
“They are not just mere allegations, but very critical ones which must be looked into by the party and a position taken.
“If we don’t do something, even APC supporters in Ondo State will sabotage the process for us because they are not happy. We must do everything possible to bring every aggrieved person together. If we don’t take emergency steps to resolve these issues, we will have ourselves to blame.
“I am giving Oyegun 14 days from today to convene a NEC meeting. If he fails to do so, I will mobilise members to demonstrate at the secretariat. I have started mobilising NEC members to ensure that the APC leadership is made to do the right thing and summon a NEC meeting.
“Today, God has practically vindicated me in my struggle to save my party the APC. It is very clear that I was one of the first persons in the party who took the bull by the horn and said there are issues and a brewing crisis in the party. Then, I was alone as nobody saw where I was coming from.
“This crisis started when the issue of the National Assembly came up and I foresaw it then because of the decision the party took at that time against their party members, especially against the Senate President and Speaker of the House of Representatives.
“I foresaw the danger at that time when the party closed its eyes to the injustice against these two persons at that time. I came out to shout and nobody listened to me.
“When my immediate boss, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, left to become the Minister of Information, I was supposed to step into his shoes as acting National Publicity Secretary of the party, but they fought me for their own selfish interests because they knew that I am one person who will not allow them to do certain things.
“They deprived me of performing my duties and assigned my job to themselves, saying only Oyegun and the National Secretary can speak for the party. How is that possible in a political party that wants to allow justice to prevail?” he demanded to know.

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Thursday, September 22, 2016

Leaders Summit on Refugees: This Is What President Paul Biya Told the World

 Statement by H.E. Paul Biya at the Leaders Summit on Refugees, held on September 20, 2016 under the initiative of President Barack Obama on the sidelines of the 71st Session of the UN General Assembly.

The President of the United States of America,
Distinguished Heads of State and Government,
The Secretary-General of the United Nations,
Ladies and Gentlemen,
Permit me, first and foremost, to add my voice to those of previous speakers to thank President Barack Obama and Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, for their welcome initiative to convene this summit.
The refugee issue, as we all know, is one of the major challenges of our century. I will spare you the statistics which have already been mentioned here, and which show that the problem is serious. Given the magnitude of this human tragedy which pricks our collective conscience, we have a historic responsibility, namely to take action. My   country will not shirk that responsibility.
Ladies and Gentlemen,
True to its tradition of hospitality and solidarity, and by virtue of its stability, Cameroon is a haven for people seeking peace and safe refuge.
To date, my country hosts more than 350 000 refugees of different nationalities. To cope with this influx, my Government has taken measures to provide decent living conditions for them. In recent years, refugee camps have been set up in collaboration with the UNHCR to settle Nigerian refugees fleeing the atrocities of the Boko Haram sect, and those from the Central African Republic faced with political instability. Minawao Camp alone, for instance, hosts over 80 000 Nigerian refugees.
At these reception sites, the refugees enjoy basic social services provided by the Cameroon Government, friendly countries, the UNHCR and humanitarian organizations. Facilities are offered, particularly in education, at all levels.
Healthwise, the Cameroon Government recently signed a framework agreement with the UNHCR to jointly provide care to refugees in our local hospitals.
Regarding protection, measures have been taken to issue secured identity cards to persons eligible for refugee status.
Despite the huge financial impact of implementing these measures, we will continue with and increase our assistance to refugees and hundreds of thousands of displaced persons in Cameroon’s Far-North Region, who are also fleeing the atrocities of the Boko Haram terrorist organization. 
At this juncture, I would like to appeal for increased international community support to countries, which like Cameroon, are hosting hundreds of thousands of refugees on their territories.
Also, let me draw the attention of the distinguished personalities here present to the situation of some areas of my country which are ravaged by terrorism, and where reconstruction will require substantial resources. Such is the price to pay for the resettlement of the affected people.
I would like to conclude with acknowledgements.
My very sincere thanks go to all friendly countries for their constant support to our fight against terrorism.
We thank them as well as International organizations and civil society. We particularly appreciate their support for our determination to provide to persons in distress, dignified reception and living conditions, and to their children, access to education.  
Thank you.

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Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Looking Glass: Dr. Nick Ngwanyam Advocates for a “Born Again" CPDM in North West (A-Must Read)

HOW TO GROW THE NEW CPDM ; 3rd September 2016

Speech delivered by Dr. Nick Ngwanyam on the occasion of the Joint Grand Section Conference Mezam 1B.

Theme: Renewed Political Vitality towards a Ground Breaking Trust of the CPDM in Meza 1B.

Dr. Nick Ngwanyam
Every living thing or system is characterized by growth. When this is absent, death sets in. If we keep on doing the same thing every day and keep on hoping for a good out-come, we will get challenging surprises. 
To grow, we must come up with new ideas, new approaches and new strategies or we will eventually be stagnant. Things that worked yesterday with the cultural, economic and social climate of yesterday would not work today as we are in the android season and our youths have no skills and no jobs with a weak industrial fabric.
We are in the internet season, the computer age and the youths who are in the majority have different problems, different dreams, aspirations and passions and they expect different outcomes for now and their tomorrow. They need to earn a living, they need security and they need to feel safe. They want to marry and raise families. We must be sensitive to their concerns.
Those of us who are here, militants at the base and the top bracket, men and women have our private agendas and expectations from the CPDM and the nation at large. We want money in our pockets, we want to sing a new song, we want our circumstances to change for the better. However, we fail to realize that we are the architects of our own outcomes, what we sow is what we reap.
The economics, the development trajectory for communities and persons, the social climate, the job orientations, the agriculture, industrial fabric and entertainment must change. Since we are what we think, our thinking patterns must change for the better.
It is imperative for our great party to follow this trend here in Bamenda, this Region and the whole nation. This is what the new CPDM is all about; doing things differently with a different mindset so that we can get different results. It is about supporting everyone in the party to grow so that collectively we can grow, help the nation and also help our President H.E. Paul Biya.
We have brought our beloved country Cameroon this far; let us now all change for the better and do things with a spirit of excellence in the interest of common good and the ‘Fear of God’.
Are you a farmer? Have you been putting manure and fertilizers to your crops? The Fear of God is the fertilizer of our lives and all of the human endeavors. No God, No growth. Did I hear you say that there is no God in Politics?
Why do we pray when we start our meetings? Are we not supposed to be good Christians and Muslims? Are there areas of our lives from which God is excluded? Is that why we tell so many lies and blackmail each other for positions and wealth? Is that why contractors and some people put in authority of the common good are so crafty and fail to deliver?
Greed and selfishness is what is killing all of us. We need a new mind set to be able to grow as a new party after the reorganization. We cannot reorganize and function with the old ways. You cannot put new wine in old wine skins.
In 1985, the CPDM was born in Bamenda. Today the 3rd of September, Bamenda and the North West still leads the nation in this new rebirth of the CPPDM which I have called the ‘Born Again’ CPDM. This so because of the new mind set of doing business which we shall sell to all the CPDM in the nation, our government and other parties who care to know what makes us grow.
We understand that the real support to H.E. President Paul Biya is not only the motion of support we shall send. Ask the President himself and he will tell you that he needs more than words and feelings from us. He wants our doing in excellence. This honors him, his vision and his name and grows the country and the party.
 A couple of months ago, he got four volumes of motions of support and he will continue to get more. Yet the President is looking for something that we are not giving him. He is looking for something more precious from all of us that goes beyond lip service.
The people, the ministers and directors locked up in Kondengui are there because they deceived the President with motions of support. While he thought they were friends and that they were genuine, they were running down the nation and sowing seeds of social strife, poverty and depleting the state coffers.
 They failed to do the jobs put at their disposal with the means available for the sake of or youths and the nation. They thought more of themselves than of common good. They lacked the spirit of excellence and love for mankind in their hearts. That is their crime.
When we fail to do the work that the President has given us, we are tarnishing him slowly. We are putting in place road blocks for the youth and the nation. We are killing the economy and everything else that depends on it. The money meant for the Metta Quarters road has not been used effectively to repair the road. The execution by our reckoning is poor.  The 8 billion frs for the New Road from Amour Mezam to Army Camp Station was spent and a very bad road put in place.
There is some tar that is put in town now and it gives way in two weeks. That is how we collectively destroy the President and the nation and we blindfold him with party uniforms, a support march and a motion of support.
If we want to support the nation, the CPDM and President Paul Biya we must do the following things:
We must like work, like work that is well done in the spirit of excellence. We must be honest and exercise self-discipline. We must be on our knees in prayer of thanks giving to God as we seek His protection and guidance and we must respect mother earth (the environment). H.E. President Paul Biya of our great party showed this to us when he knelt down at the Cathedral in Yaounde in 2011 to thank God for our excellent victory in the presidential elections.
Do we know whom we worship and which spirit we pray to? How can we truly grow or make it in life if we do not respect the gift of life? How do we grow if we do not love others and our God unconditionally? We must be true to ourselves and to others. When we write petitions to Yaounde and backstab others for no good cause that hurts the party and the nation.
The spirit of truth and the practice of truth will free us for we are spirit and God, being spirit, we must relate with Him in Spirit and in Truth. We must watch our souls. We must tap into the infinite intelligence of God in our desire to gain understanding and guidance in our labors. Above all, God is principle and we must thus try to be principled in our lives, in the CPDM and in Cameroon. Putting God first would make the difference we are looking for.
Seeking to progress without this understanding, will bring us to our dooms day sooner than later. If we understand this and follow it, the CPDM will grow, will be stronger and would be in power for the next 400 years. God must be part of politics and every other thing we do whether we like it or not if we desire happiness and prosperity.
In the light of our new dispensation and understanding, we thus say no to blackmail, cheating, self-deceit and the stabbing of our brothers. Greed is the killer disease and love is the medicine.
Therefore, today, we have laid the ground work and a foundation for a new start, we have to set ourselves some goals.
We must improve on our agriculture and animal production. This will increase our economic power. Without economic growth, the party shall not grow as expected. We notice that chickens, eggs, plantains, watermelons still come to us from Bafoussam. This is an indication that our agriculture has failed. We need to grow rice and wheat, corn, beans and more.
We need to go into business. Putting money piled in the credit unions is not it. Please, come together put money and skills together and make meaningful investments that yield dividends. Come together and start businesses and cottage industries. Working together inn love and trust is the secret. Sharing talents and being open and truthful in our endeavors will tilt the balance in our favor. Send your children to professional schools to help you and create jobs. We must correct the economics and output by improving on our production capacities and earning powers.

Let us think, work and strategize differently and the future of the CPDM shall be bright. Our individual outcomes shall be better and Cameroon shall grow in leaps and bounds because we are thinking differently and working positively in the light of Kingdom Principles.
Thanks for listening. God bless all of us.

Dr. Nick Ngwanyam, MD
National President CAPBIYA (Friends of President Paul Biya)
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