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From Ghanaian blogger Gabby Nash to Liberian blogger Berenice Mulubah

                                                                            

Ghanaian Blogger Gabby Nash


The world can now See Liberia Clearly through your eyes
People don’t see Ebloa, but the making of a paradise
...
The tip of your pen has proven mightier than the sword
We offer our thanks to God
For making you a daughter of the soil
May your unflinching toil
Be the catalyst to liberate Africa from our coil
Your name is synonymous with redemption
This poem is to bring to your attention
That your exploits really deserves to be mentioned
Your ingenuity echoes from Algeria to Zanzibar
God bless you Berenice Mulubah
The sons and daughters of Africa are proud of
Especially former president Patrice Lumumba
Written by Gabby Nash
 
 

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