Date: July 17, 2015
This event relates the persistence, perseverance and unyielding hard work of the Nigerian Igbo tribe. The Igbo community from southern Nigeria is the least of the three major Nigerian tribes (Hausas, Yorubas and Igbo), but the most industrious.
The story is illustrated through the tale of a Nigerian mother who, at the young age of 10, came to trust God while learning the trade industry, initially selling key soaps that she bought on credit or hire purchase.
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The meaning behind the word Tamejavi
TAj laj Tshav Puam... (Hmong)
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