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We are talking of one per cent. What is one per cent of the money? Have we collected up to a trillion? That is a completely misleading information. Even at the beginning of the TSA, the estimation of all the movement of federal government funds into the account is 1.2 trillion Naira..

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While Darian leaves, Elijah and Winter stay behind and try to find out more about Valentinus. Fortunately, Stevie is ready to help. He mentions SpyGurl, a blogger, who is blogging regularly about Valentinus and trying to join his cult as well.

On 23 January 2016, Mok was elected the first female chair of the ADPL, succeeding veteran Bruce Liu. On 5 September 2016, Mok has applied for the resign of the chairman post of ADPL because her party historically did not get any seat at geographical constituencies.

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Stephen Thomas Erlewine of AllMusic picked the track as one of the album’s highlights, noting that it was a fruitful partnership with producer Max Martin and his colleague Ilya. Jamieson Cox of The Verge stated that it might be the catchiest song cut from the album to date, adding: You can thank or blame pop god Max Martin and his cabal of songwriters for those razor-sharp disco synths.