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Allow me to formally introduce myself to you: My name is Harrison Okoyibo and I am a married man who is passionate about helping others both online/offline.

I am an ordinary guy who enjoys living life to the fullest. I love to travel and meet people, and I enjoy having quality conversations related to religion, family, parenting, marketing, and making a living writing online.


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Hi SafeHabitation,

Pleased to meet you & welcome to the Worthy family, & thank you for those words of encouragement.

regards, Marilyn.

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Hello , welcome to Worthy 

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I appreciate every Worthy members here... May the Lord grant you abundant grace for the journey ahead in Jesus name. Amen!

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