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Dority International Secondary School
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Ethics, Globalization, Human Rights, Innovation, Peace, Reconciliation, Sustainability
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Knowledge is important and I am just one nice kid who is after knowledge.

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Posted on December 16, 2013 at 2:36am 4 Comments

                                                              Name: Ivan Chizurum Ezeigbo

School: Dority International Secondary School, Aba, Nigeria

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At 7:45am on December 16, 2013, Clarissa J. A. Luttmann said…

Dear new friend :D Thank you very much! Do you have facebook? My username is Clarissa Luttmann ;)


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