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Dear Baby Ramatu

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dear baby ramatu
Ramatu is buried in a forlorn earth by a mother who tries to later justify her action.
In its vast sweep, it is not just a poem about a mother and child, but a whole existential foray about faith, love, loyalty, zealotry and survival in a dark and suffocating world.
Sam Omatseye paints a poignant humanity in this narrative.

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  1. Wonderful story from a mentor, keep the good work going sir, i long to meet you one of this day!
    Remain Blessed.

  2. Miss Hannah says:

    Good Afternoon Sir,

    I am a 400 level student of the University of Ilorin. I would like to meet you officially tomorrow on the subject of obtaning a number of your books for my project. I highly anticipate your audience as it is crucial to the progression of my project.

    Thank You Sir


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