If I were God, I would send thunder and fire on all politicians in Nigeria – Robert Clarke (SAN)

That freshness of being around younger people helps a lot; I do not know whether it has a medical benefit but when you are happy all the time, it would reflect on your health and other aspects of your life.

~ Punch

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