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E wo nkan tí ilé-èkó gíga ifáfitì ti ìlú Èkó tí a mò sí UNILAG se! Sé eléyìí kò ní jé kí àwon òdómobìnrin wa n’íìfé ohun afefe yèyè si báyìí.

   Nígbà míràn kò ye kí á bá àwon òdómobìnrin wa tí won n’íìfé ohun ayé wí jù, nígbà tí ó jé wípé àwon àwùjo wa kò kúkú mú orí eni tí n se isé takuntakun wú. Ká sisé kára bí eni máa kú, kí won bò wá lówó àti kí á fi àkókò sòfò láti múra láti fi dàbí egbin, kí a sì gba èbùn gbàngba ! Sí ò .

Eni tí ó gba òdómobìnrin arewà jùlo àti òdómokùnrin arewà jùlo ti ilé-èkó gíga ifáfitì ti ìlú Èko ní odún 2014 gba okò bògìnì tí eni tí ó sì mo ìwé jù gba èbún laptop.

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