RESILIENCE [FORGING AHEAD] Part XXXV By Bashorun J.K. Randle - Paul Ukpabio's Blog


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Sunday, 27 June 2021


Against all expectations, the insistence of John Cleese and his fellow conspirator Sacha Baron Cohen that Resilience Television should devote the entire day to cartoons has turned out to be a roaring success. It has turned out to be the perfect antidote to the media blitz (and saturation advertising) over the COVID-19 pandemic.

The television station has confined itself to warning viewers to: “Put on your masks; wash your hands; use only genuine sanitizers and observe social distance, full stop.”

Nothing beyond that.
Even the Holy Father, Pope Francis could not get a word in edgeways. Not even when the Pontiff pleaded:

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis made a Christmas Day plea for authorities to make COVID-19 vaccines available to all, insisting that the first in line should be the most vulnerable and needy, regardless of who holds the patents for the shots.

“Vaccines for everybody, especially for the most vulnerable and needy,” who should be first in line, Francis said in off-the-cuff remarks from his prepared text, calling the development of such vaccines “light of hope” for the world.
“We can’t let closed nationalisms impede us from living as the true human family that we are,” the pope said.

He called on the leaders of nations, businesses and international organizations to “promote cooperation and not competition, and to search for a solution for all.”
Amid a surge of coronavirus infections this fall in Italy, Francis broke with tradition for Christmas. Instead of delivering his “Urbi et Orbi” speech — Latin for “to the city and to the world” — outdoors from the central loggia of St. Peter’s Basilica, he read it from inside a cavernous hall at the Apostolic Palace, flanked by two Christmas trees with blinking lights.

Normally, tens of thousands of people would have crowded into St. Peter’s Square to receive the pope’s Christmas blessing and listen to his speech. But Italian measures to try to rein in holiday infections allow people to leave their homes on Christmas for only urgent reasons like work, health, visits to nearby loved ones or exercise close to home.

The pandemic’s repercussions on life dominated Francis’ reflections on the past year.
“At this moment in history, marked by the ecological crisis and grave economic and social imbalances only worsened by the coronavirus pandemic, it is all the more important for us to acknowledge one another as brothers and sisters,” Francis said.

Fraternity and compassion apply to people “even though they do not belong to my family, my ethnic group or my religion,” he said.

Francis prayed that the birth of Jesus would inspire people to be “generous, supportive and helpful” to those in need, including those struggling with ”the economic effects of the pandemic and women who have suffered domestic violence during these months of lockdown.”

Noting that the “American continent” was particularly hard-hit by COVID-19, he said that the pandemic compounded suffering, “often aggravated by the consequences of corruption and drug trafficking.” In particular, he cited the suffering of the Venezuelan people.
On a day when Christians recall Jesus as a baby, Francis drew attention to the “too many children in all the world, especially in Syria, Iraq and Yemen, who still pay the high price of war.”

Among others he said sorely needed comfort at Christmas time were the Iraqi people, and “in particular the Yazidi, hard hit by the last years of war.” And, he said, “I cannot forget the Rohingya people,” adding that he hoped that Jesus, “born poor among the poor, will bring hope in their suffering.”

The rest of the day was devoted to glorious savouring of cartoons – some were utterly hilarious while others were rather unsettling as they brought back memories of the age of innocence and unbridled fun before COVID-19 pandemic descended upon us and ruined everything. We just can’t breathe.

From the grave (or gravine) late Maya Angelon (1928 to 2014) whispered :
“We may encounter many defeats but
We must not be defeated.”

Added to this was Confucius (China, 551-478 BC)
“Regarding the importance of duty and filial piety, all human life takes place in a system of relationships, and it is our duty as people to treat each relationship with the proper respect. All relationships are hierarchical. In essence, you must always give preferential treatment to your elders.”

As for bad news, it would not even wait until the following day, going by the front page of “Daily Trust” newspaper:

“The killers of Kogi-based businessman, Mr. Nicholas Ofodile, were assassins hired by an aggrieved associate, the state police command said.
The police’s position was also corroborated by the leader of the gang, one Vincent Omogor following his arrest by Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) operatives in collaboration with vigilantes in the state.
Mr. Omogor and 27 others were paraded at the command’s headquarters in Lokoja yesterday.
Commissioner of Police, Mr. Ede Ayuba, who briefed journalists over the development, said the suspect was arrested in Orehi, Kogi Local Government Area of the State.
The business tycoon met his death in the hands of his attackers on Abuja-Lokoja highway last month.
The CP noted that the suspect confessed and mentioned his other cohorts who are still at large.
Fielding questions from journalists, the suspect said he was commissioned by someone who he referred to as “chairman” to assassinate the businessman.
He said the suspect was aggrieved by the failure of the deceased to fulfil certain financial obligations to him when he (suspect)’s father took ill.
He explained that “chairman” became infuriated when his father died of the ailment and set the process of revenge in motion.
“Chairman gave us full details about the man’s movement from Lokoja to Abuja.
We then waited for him and when we saw his car, we forced him to stop, dragged him out, killed him and put his body back inside the car.”

“Housewife and mother of five children, Nafisa Ibrahim was found dead inside her room at Mahuta community of Igabi Local Government Area of Kaduna State.

The 38-year-old victim’s lifeless body was discovered by one of her daughters inside the room, which she shared with her husband.
“Daily Trust” gathered that the incident happened at the wee hours of Tuesday at the house where her husband, Nuhu, works as security guard.

Our reporter who visited the community reported that the victim’s relations have arrived from Plateau State over the issue.
It was gathered that the husband and his late wife shared the same room in the uncompleted building, while the daughters stayed in a different room inside the compound.

It was not clear who killed her but her relatives suspected the husband because he has not been seen since the incident happened.

The victim’s guardian, Malam Mohammed Bashir said the husband was nowhere to be found and that all his personal belongings were removed from the room.

“We suspected him because they slept together in the room but when his wife’s body was found, he was nowhere to be found.

Her daughter discovered the mother’s lifeless body inside the one-apartment room where they were squatting with the husband.

She tried to wake the mother up thinking she was still asleep, but when she realised she was not moving she ran out of the room crying.

She arrived at my house and told me that her mother was dead. So, I went to the house and discovered that she was dead. We saw a rope tightened on her neck which made us believe that she was murdered,” he said.

Bashir further said as the deceased’s guardian, he was aware that they used to have misunderstanding as a couple and that he always intervened.

He said that the victim has five children, but four of the children were from a previous marriage, while a daughter belongs to the current husband.

Kaduna State Police Command Public Relations Officer, ASP Mohammed Jalige didn’t answer calls to his phone and did not reply to a text message sent to him.”

“Retired officer of the Department of State Security Service (DSS), Alhaji Dauda Musa and 13 other persons have been declared missing after suspected militiamen attached Dawusu village, in Toto Local Government Area of Nasarawa State.

Daily Trust had reports that suspected militiamen had on Monday night invaded the village and hacked five persons to death, and set some houses ablaze.
The paramount traditional ruler in the area, Ohimegye of Opanda-Umaisha, His Royal Majesty (HRM) Alhaji Usman Abdullahi confirmed the missing of 14 persons, including a retired DSSS officer.

He said he received the report of the missing victims from the village chief of Dawusu community, Alhaji Idris Mundi, who came to brief him at his palace about the incident.”

What totally ruined an otherwise sublime day was the gory tale of savagery on the front page of “Saturday Punch” newspaper of 25th July 2020.

Headline: (i) IT’S SHOCKING: EXPLOSION KILLED MY FOUR KIDS IN ONE DAY” - Father of Katsina victims.

“I was at my place of work at Malumfashi on that day. I am an official of the National Union of Road Transport Workers and I normally leave home in the morning for work after settling my responsibilities to my family.
On that very day, just a few hours after I left home, one of my children called me and told me that there was a bomb explosion on a farm and that his siblings died in the explosion. My first reactions were that of shock and disbelief. In the first instance, I left all my family members including the children and their mothers at home, though I recollect some of them were telling me that they would go and get grass for our animals.
So, my colleagues at work, who were following my conversation on the phone, rallied round to help me. Together, we went to the scene of the incident to verify whether it was true or not. But before we got there, the police were there and it was the Area Commander who prevailed on me not to move closer to the scene because there could still be some other dangerous devices that caused the explosion on the ground.
Eleven children were actually at the scene of the explosion. Five died on the spot. Two, who were in critical conditions, were being rushed to Zaria when they died midway to the hospital. The remaining four were taken to the General Hospital, Malumfashi, for treatment.
Five of my children were involved. Four died on the spot while one survived and is currently on admission at the General Hospital, Malumfashi.
The children went to the farm to get grass for our animals. And you know since they are on holiday, children always move together in groups with their friends. That was exactly what happened. They went to the farm along with their friends. But you know what has been destined to happen, will happen. It is better one does not question the decision of God. That is how my family and I take the incident.’
How many wives do you have?
Are the five affected children from different mothers?
No. They are from the same mother.
How did their mother react to the incident?
I told you the whole family has accepted Allah’s decision. Naturally, as a human being, the shock of the incident initially overwhelmed her. She has been able to accept Allah’s wish.
All the children were boys. The eldest of them was my third born and attended Gora Community Secondary School. The remaining three and the one on admission at the hospital are the younger ones.
 How many children do you have?
Please, pardon me, all I can say is that I have other children apart from those who just died.
How would you describe your deceased children?
Human beings are not the same. But all I can say is that all my children, including the older ones among them, are caring and supportive of the family and they love one another, though not from the same mother.
What is the condition of the one on admission in the hospital?
 Alhamdulillah. He is responding to treatment and I thank my family, my colleagues, my friends and people in our community. They have been supportive and assisting us especially with prayers. They have been coming since the incident happened and when they come, they offer prayers for us and stay with us to comfort us.
What about council officials and the state government?
We have a culture of rallying round one another here, be it joyful occasions, like weddings, or periods of sadness as it has happened now. Our governor (Aminu Masari) also came along with Akimi (District head) to condole and sympathise with us. Here, we believe that whatever happens to one of us happens to all of us. What has been destined to happen will happen. We have accepted our fate. We have a strong belief in Allah that he gives and takes and that every living soul will go at the appointed time, no matter your age, your achievements and your popularity. Everybody has got his own time to live in this world. Well, my advice is that parents should endeavour to monitor the movements of their children, especially when they are on holiday. Parents should engage them positively and support them with prayers.”

TO WIPE OUT OUR COMMUNITY” – Chibuak attack victim.

“Mrs Paulina Ishaku, a resident of Chibuak village, Zango-Kataf Local Government Area of Kaduna State, tells GODWIN ISENYO about the July 10, 2020, attack on the village by bandits which left 20 persons dead
What’s your name and age?

My name is Paulina Ishaku and I am 52 years of old.
Can you narrate how the attack occurred?
On June 10, 2020, there was an attack on our village, Chibuak, when one man was killed on his farm. We in Chibuak didn’t go anywhere. My Husband, Ishaku Elisha, was the village head. So, he quickly assembled members of the community and told them in unequivocal terms not to carry out a reprisal or take the law into their hands against their attackers, adding that God would take vengeance.
Do you know who the attackers were?
They were Fulani people. The attack created tension in the village but even at that, my husband stood by his order, that nobody must touch any huts belonging to our Fulani brothers and told the Fulani to remain calm. He said no one would touch them in our village. However, after three days, we saw soldiers accompanying some of our local Fulanis to their side of our village. We have been living with them ever since I can remember and even after several conflicts in the state, we have always remained as one. We got confused about why they were relocating because nobody asked them to go. But they all left the village. We were crying, asking them why they had to leave unceremoniously looking at our relationship with them for decades. Their grandfathers died and were buried in our community. We had become like brothers with them. But they left.

After the Fulani who had lived in your area for decades left, what happened next?

We were just living peacefully when we got information from some of them and other people from Kigudu village that we should be ready because they (Fulani) are coming to show us hell. We thought it was a joke. These are people whom we have not touched or talked about touching their property. But the question is: why should they come back with evil? When we got the message, my husband gathered the whole community and again, gave a strong warning that nobody should touch anything belonging to the Fulanis that left. And everyone complied.

We were about sleeping on Thursday night when we started hearing gunshots. I listened again but they were too severe to come from our local vigilante. So, I woke my children up. I told them the gunshots were not from the vigilante patrolling our community. We moved to the sitting room. At that time, we were confused. Then we saw flames of fire just from outside. When I peeped from the window, it was the car that my son parked. It was set ablaze. The attackers started burning a house before they came close to our house. I later learnt that they had gone to the home of my husband’s second in command where they met the wife.

Did the attackers state their mission?

They told her they were not dealing with women but men. They asked her where her husband was.  She told them he is not around and they said, “Okay, do not worry. We’ll not kill you”. When they came to our compound, our young brother, who was taking cover by the car to defend our house, was shot. Those that know our village will tell you there is no access road. River Kaduna, which passes through there, is our boundary. There is no bridge. The Fulanis started moving from house to house. When they got to one house where they met women hiding in fear in one room, they only asked them about the whereabouts of their husbands. When they did not get a good response, they shot one woman and her daughter in-law in the arm.

You early mentioned that your attackers were Fulani. Did you identify any of them in the cause of the attack?

Yes. I am very sure that the attackers were Fulani. From where we were still standing, we saw them (Fulani) when they moved to our compound while we were in the sitting room. Those that entered our compound were more than 30 heavily armed Fulani.  I saw them. They shared themselves into groups. I can recollect when they were approaching our gate and started removing a barricade that we used to block the gate. One of the Fulani boys that opened the gate is well known.

When they forcefully entered the flat next to mine, my mate (she is the first wife of our husband) lives in that flat with her daughter, Dorothy Ishaku, aged 25. From there, I heard the sound of gunshots. There was a loud scream above the gunshots and I just knew they had killed her. They shot the daughter and left her. They shot her in the legs. But then, Dorothy crawled to my flat and told me to open the door, saying that her mother had been killed. When I opened the door, I saw blood all over her. She was bleeding and was in pain. Yet these killers were all over the house and shooting. She advised me to run or they would kill all of us, if they entered the house. The children were too scared to cry. Outside, fire was burning everywhere. On my part, I was in shock and did not know what to do with a girl bleeding and the kids who may also be killed with me.

It was the same Dorathy, who was shot, that still suggested and insisted that we should go out through the window of the kitchen. There were seven of us in the room. God showed His greatness. I carried my grand-daughter on my back after the rest crawled out. I don’t even know how I went out through the window because of the size. I just saw myself landing on the ground with my granddaughter fastened to my back. We followed the back of one of the houses that had been set ablaze already. We carried Dorathy with her bullet wound. We had to drag her on the ground as the little children were helping too. She was crying because of the pain she was going through. 

We got to place a bit far off but heard gunshots as if they (attackers) were close to us.
Dorothy told us to leave her to die so that the attackers would not catch up with us and kill us all, but I refused and we kept on dragging her and running. We were all moving into the bush, not knowing where we were going until we got to a river bank. We didn’t know it was River Kaduna. We dragged her into a sugarcane farm full of mud. We were on the farm at about 1am when it started raining. There were insects and mosquitoes but we felt safe. We could see the light from burning homes in Chibuak. We heard faint sounds of gunshots. We were shivering in the sugarcane farm.

I think it was at 4am that the sound of gunshots stopped. We came out of the farm at 5am. I didn’t know how my son got to hear about the attack. He had already arrived from Kafanchan where he works as a medical official. He came on a motorbike to where we had managed to reach on our way back. There were villagers also who came to meet us. He took Dorothy and tied her to his back and rode to the next village. It was from there that they got a canoe that took them to the other side with a car waiting to take her to hospital. She is now receiving treatment.

Where was your husband before you fled with the children?

He was in his room. When they entered my husband’s house they shot him several times but the bullets did not penetrate his body. So, they used a machete on him and cut him several times until he died. They burnt down our houses, carted away many valuables and rustled about 26 cows in the village. Many people who were injured could not survive because there were no vehicles to take them to hospital. The Fulanis had sworn that they were coming back because they did not get the men that were their targets. They said they would finish with the whole community. There is a need for the government to look at the predicament that we are in now. What I have never experienced is what we are facing today. If the district head of the place, Zonkwa, did not host us, where would we have been? The government should provide protection for all. It should sincerely tackle the crisis in Southern Kaduna so that we can go back and resettle in our community.”

When the cerebral Y. Adebowale was interviewed on Resilience Television he was too grief-stricken.  Instead he volunteered the following report:

Tales out of Kaduna State are heart-wrenching.  This state has become a killing field, with the El-Rufai-led government and security agents hardly showing any seriousness about ending the carnages.  Photos and videos of these killings are traumatising.  I could not sleep for days after being exposed to the story of how a lawyer with the state’s Ministry of Justice, Haro Gandu was slaughtered, while his wife and son were abducted  from their residence in Chikun Local Government Area of the state.  The gunmen broke into their home in the night and slaughtered him.  It is the same narrative of ruthless killings virtually everywhere in Kaduna State, with Fulani militias invading communities, breaking into homes, killing, raping and abducting people.  From Zango-Kataf to Kajuru, Kaura and Chikun local governments, the story is the same, with the killers still roaming freely.

The butcheries in Southern Kaduna are more pathetic, with so many communities flowing with blood of the innocent.  The killings here have been going on for years, but were intensified under the El-Rufai government.  The last five years have been harrowing for the people of this area, with hundreds of their loved ones mauled to death.  Women and children have not been spared.  It’s a war between the natives and Fulani militias.  This is the truth that must be told.  Unfortunately, Governor El-Rufai and security agents have compromised.  

Even with the so-called curfew imposed in two of the local government areas, killers still slip in with ease and murder people.  It is so sad.  This governor and security agents need to take dispassionate actions to curtail killings in Southern Kaduna in particular and the entire state in general.  It was depressing listening to the Commander of Operation Safe Haven in Kaduna, Chukweuemeka Okonkwo, admitting that he has limited manpower to tackle the Southern Kaduna killings.  Security agents must be proactive.  They often wait for killing to happen before rushing to the area after the damage had been done.  I suspect this is deliberate.

Governor El-Rufai’s response to attacks by Fulani militias in the state is always predictable.  He visits the community, laments the incessant killings and vows to tame the killers.  The story ends there until there is another attack and he would repeat the same swagger.  The killers are hardly apprehended.  Back in March, he told a bewildered nation that the bandits had been wiped out by security agents.  It as a subterfuge.  It never happened.  This governor has to go beyond swaggering to end the killings in his state.  Above all, he has to be impartial, if he truly wants results.”

On 1st August, 2020 “Saturday Punch” newspaper carried the following headlines in big bold capitals on its front page:

- Son of Slain Akwa Ibom Village head.


As for “The Guardian” newspaper of August 1, 2020, the front page screamed with the following headline:

Indigenes  Allege Government Support For Ethnic Cleasing Agenda
Genocide Narrative Untrue – Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of 
Nigeria [MACBAN]

Recurring Killings Fallout Of Zagon Kataf Crisis.

Resilience Television interrupted its prime time programme of classical cartoons in order to air as “BREAKING NEWS” the front page report of  “The Nation” newspaper on June 12, 2020.

“A top Boko Haram logistics supplier has been arrested in Borno State by men of the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC).

The state NSCDC commandant, Mr. Ibrahim Abdullahi, while parading Bakura Ibrahim, 35, yesterday in Maiduguri, said he was arrested with a car filled with fuel and food products.

Abdullahi said Ibrahim was arrested on June 6 in Maiduguri with “24 Jerry cans of petrol, seven cartons of traditional medicine, 10 bags of fishing hooks and nets, and sex enhancement drugs”.

The NSCDC chief said the arrest was made possible with the collaboration of other security agencies.

“We have since moved forward from sharing intelligence to arresting culprits and handing them to relevant departments for prosecutions”.
He added that his men have arrested three top Boko Haram terrorists and handed them over to the military this year.”

As it was the twenty-seventh anniversary of  the 1993 presidential election won by late Bashorun M.K.O. Abiola on the platform of Social Democratic Party [SDP], the day was being celebrated as “Democracy Day” (the day Nigeria voted to end military rule and embrace democracy), a moving poem was read  on Resilience Television by Latifu Kolawole Abiola, son of the departed chief.

“It was a day like we had never seen before
We left our homes to cast our votes
Leaving behind all the things that divide us 
We all spoke as one
Filled with Hope.

Our Hope was raised
Our Hope was dashed
Our Hope was trampled and caged
Taking with it our Messenger of Hope
Turning our dream to a nightmare.

And when we thought our Hope was forever gone
Our land retraces its steps
And the people in gratitude
Give Hope a new life.

We’ll always remember that day in June
When we spoke as one
Filled with Hope for a greater tomorrow

We remember those who fought for this day
Those who stood for it
Those who stood against it
Those who paid with their lives

Those who never gave up
Those who were too young to know
And those who came much later
Wondering what it’s all about

We also give thanks
To Mr. President Muhammadu Buhari
To the people and friends of Nigeria
To those who believe in the promise of this land

In 1993, we proved that a nation can only change
Through the power of its people
Whatever our nation may be facing today
That power is still with all of us.

Happy Democracy Day. Nigeria.

Before the day was over, the erudite Segun Gbadegesin delivered a fulsome endorsement of newly installed Oniru of Iruland, HRM Oba Abdul-Wasiu Omogbolahan Lawal, Abisogun II :

“When I first met him, he stood out as a highly intelligent young man.  We had many discussions on a wide range of subjects including politics, economics and education.  I have always enjoyed his sense of history especially as it relates to Nigerian politics.”

In complete disregard of the COVID-19 pandemic (which is never mentioned on Resilience Television),  the main news item of the day was as follows:

“A 25-storey, 24-carat gold-coated hotel has just been opened in Hanoi, Vietnam and everything about the hotel reeks of opulence and exclusivity.  It is only for the super-rich 

The Hotel called Dolce Hanol Golden Lake which sits over one acre of land, is coated with 24-caarat gold both at the exterior and the interior, including the bed, furniture and other interior decorations.

The hotel was conceptualised and developed by Hoa Binh Group and according to the director of the company, Nguyen Huu Duong, the Hanol Golden Lake Hotel, which is a 6-star hotel, has become a place never to be missed.

Although the exterior is 100 per cent completed and the interior too ready and are currently being used, some finishing touches are still being done to some other suites as about 60 suites out of the over 100 are currently ready for occupation.”

It turns out that there is a Nigerian who is laughing all the way to the bank, and he may well decide to pay off all of Nigeria’s fast accumulating debts.  He is none other than boxer Anthony Joshua.

“The WBA, IBF and WBO king Joshua pocketed the staggering sum of dosh after trademarking his name on a massive number of products including clothes, footwear, toiletries, dietary products, headphones, computer games and boxing gear.
It means he earned more than £600,000 a week – making him one of Britain’s highest earning sportsmen.

Latest accounts for his London-based company Sparta Promotions, for a period to 28 February, showed funds of £36,893,413 – up from £4,967,379 per the previous figures.
That works out at a profit of £31,926,034.  AJ has banked £28,843,481 in cash, with a further £10,128,030 owed to him by debtors.

He paid out £2,081,317 in tax.  The accounts cover a period before Joshua lost his belts to Andy Ruiz Jr in June last year, before winning the rematch in December.

Meanwhile fellow British heavyweight champ Tyson Fury is also hoping to follow in AJ’s footsteps after The Sun revealed he has trademarked his favourite insult, “You Big Dosser.”

Fury – who stopped Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas to win the WBC title – can now sell products with the catchphrase.

Goods covered by his successful trademark application include perfume, sunglasses, telephones, posters, calendars, and sticker magazines.

The trademark, approved by the Intellectual Property Office, also covers wallets, belts, games, toys, T-shirts, duvet covers, boxing boots and Christmas decorations.”

The climax of the evening was a remarkable no holds barred interview with Dr. Doyin Abiola, the widow of late Bashorun  M.K.O. Abiola.

As a final and irrevocable NO to potential suitors, she firmly declared:

“If I ever have another chance, I’ll marry MKO again.”
She proceeded to add more spice:
“I have never met any human being like him.
If you are crying, he will first cry with you before asking you what you have been crying about.  He had no business in politics. That turned against him. He stood against poverty. There was huge poverty in the land and he asked himself why should there be so much in Nigeria, yet not enough for everybody?

I have never met any other human being as good, caring and loving as him. If you ask me, if I have to do it all over again, I will go for him. He was a good human being,  
I have never met any other human being like him.  I pray he continues to rest in peace. He has done his bit, you could see that his children are replica of him, so I have hope.”

- Bashorun J.K. Randle is a former President of the Institute of the Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) and former Chairman of KPMG Nigeria and Africa Region. He is currently the Chairman, JK Randle Professional Services

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