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Today We Officially Celebrate the Queen Nuhwento

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Happy Earth Day to our queen Nuhwento! 

There has never been a more dedicated, loving and kind person in our lives than Her Majesty Nuhwento! For all you do and are we wish to give you the world!  Thank you,  your parents and your ancestors for blessing us!  We love you dearly! 

Here what the king and author of the books on this site has to say about her at https://www.dropbox.com/s/1nl9aaqwl6bpe8h/praising%20axosi%20nuhwento.amr?dl=0

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