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Obeah must never be encouraged
According to Wikipedia, "Obeah (sometimes spelled obi, obea, or obia) [1] is a term used in the West Indies to refer to folk magic, sorcery, and religious, practices developed among West African slaves, specifically of Igbo origin.
Brain injury as a boy creates lifelong challenges
One time when we spoke, Brown showed me a December 2011 copy of a magazine called the OBIA Review, the official publication of the Ontario Brain Injury Association, in which he was featured. The article entitled, Survivor Stories: Terrance Brown ...
Nigeria: National Human Rights Commission's Belated Probe Into 2015 Election
By Vincent Obia. The long time lag between the last general election and when the National Human Rights Commission has decided to probe crimes allegedly committed during the poll makes the investigation particularly prone to suspicion. Anotorious ...
Embry-Riddle (Fla.) - Bottom 3rd
Obia, G. reached on an error by 1b, RBI; Reed, V. advanced to second; Lewis, H.
Books | Nicola Lo Calzo: Obia
Nicola Lo Calzo has dedicated himself to Cham, a long-term photographic project exploring the living memories of colonial slavery and anti-slavery struggles around the world.

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