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Of course this page is impartial. I mean look at it. It's poorly written, and chances are, it was written by a sympathizer.
I agree!!!! The person that wrote this most likely profited during Abacha's regime from my parents' taxes and such. People are dumb... well a lot of them.
- I hope the current version looks neutral enough for you two. Picaroon (t) 01:50, 10 August 2007 (UTC)
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