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Iwa l’oba awure/Character is the king of charms for progress.

Two friends named Temiyemi (meaning uncompromising person) and Omoluabi (meaning nice person) visited a spiritualist so that they have progress in their business. They both own supermarkets separately. The spritualist gave each of them a spritual bottle of water to sprinkle at their shops to attract more customers.
They did as directed. At Temiyemi’s shop, the customers would come to look at various items still thinking what to buy, the owner would shout at them, “if you don’t want anything, go to hell and disappear from my shop”. The customers started disappearing gradually and never came back. (Do you blame them?)

On the other hand, Omoluabi would offer the customers seats and treat them nice. As a result, many customers run to the shop. Omoluabi has tremendous progress.
Now Temiyemi complaints that the charm doesn’t work.
Before you accuse your pastor, imam, babalawo, orisa priest or priestess of incompetence, have you checked your character?

Stay blessed.
From Araba of Oworonsoki land, Lagos Nigeria.

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