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Tuesday, 17 October 2017

Chronicle Of Blog Visitor Narrative....

WOW!!!





STAND ALONE NARRATIVE
A STORY TO LEARN FROM.....


The aim of the story is to make others who have a maid in their homes to think of the future of the maid. Thank you.

I'm from a remote village in Cross River state. Where no one can speak English at the time I left home, Its better now.

After my primary school education (which if you asked me is as good as not going to school) a lady came to my village and met my mum whom she thought was my sister because my mum was quite young,you won't know she is my mother, She told her she needed a young girl to stay with her brother's wife in Lagos.

I was leaving with my grandmother, I can remember the day I left village, me and my grandma were walking and she was advising me and we were both crying because I love her so so much ( I stayed with her since I was a baby) because I couldn't imagine life without her and vice versa.


On getting to Lagos, I was taking to this slim lady's house. The woman who brought me was talking to the woman, and I was just there, waiting for my real madam to come( I have this concept in my brain that madam is supposed to be fat and big). Only for the lady to greet me and I was told that will be my madam. That was how my 18 years stay in the house began, I was 11 years then.


Her husband is a strick military man so was not always around. Once he comes, everyone behave!!

She has 5 kids and the youngest was my mate. It's wasn't easy because having young people who wants to rule over you when the parents were not around wasn't easy. And seen someone who is your mate talked down on you or send you unnecessary message or beat you but because of who you are you can't beat back or talk back wasn't funny. But I kept my cool.


I wasn't being paid salary like they do now. My mum said she didn't want salary that they should just train me in what ever way. There was not really an agreement on what, when or how I should stay or be trained.

About 2 years after my stay, remember I couldn't speak or write English when I came so the teasing wasn't funny.At home, in church, outing and all. I'm always very embarrassed when they asked me to read Bible in children class in church and I will just be looking. At a point I stopped going to children class.
But I was doing something, the last born was my best friend although we fight alot, I will be doing spelling class with her. 


After 2 yrs, my boss enrolled me in a primary school lesson. I can remember first at the lesson, the only thing I could read on the text book was (I am). So I was put in primary one class with kids of 4-5 years. I didn't want to go because of the embarrassment but my madam told me I most.


I was promoted every 4 month. And funny enough I was smart, I catch up and with my age, I was doing well. I stayed at that lesson for 1year. I stopped going because they folded up. After the lesson, she enrolled me in a fashion school, I went there for 2years and she bought me a sewing machine.these was in 2004.
Something happened around 2014.she is a pharmacist, she has a shop and the person who was there started stealing so she chased him away and there was no one at the shop. I told her I will be going.remember I only did primary school lesson, I still couldn't read big words. 


She said OK, so me and the last born started going to the shop. I wrote down all the names of the drugs in a book, once someone comes I will go through the book look for there the drugs is. She saw my delegation and devotion at the shop and was impressed. I was enrolled again to a lesson for secondary school, I spent 1 year 3 month at the lesson and wrote junior waec, when I passed, Air Force gave me admission so I started SS1-SS3 with air Force secondary school.
I was still going to the shop. I was doing house work, shop work and school work together and none suffered.from school, I go to the shop, closed 8 and go home. The shop is in air Force Base and my house was at Omole phase 2.


I was really good in school.i passed my WAEC,NECO and JAMB in one seating and she agreed to sponsor my university education. I got admission the same year I finished secondary school. The first time I entered plane was when I was resuming school. And all these was sponsored by the woman, not the husband.it was when I got admission the husband volunteer to be giving me feeding money while the wife paid for every other thing. 


I graduated in 2014 with my mate, served in 2015-2016.And have been working since November 2016.


All of her kids are married now, I'm like a member of the family. If you didn't know me when I came, you will think I'm a member of the family.

 In 2009 when I was writing my WAEC, I brought my younger sister to stay because I was going to leave for university, she just finished her secondary school this year and I'm planning for her university next year. And in all this, this family never met my parents or know where my village is. 


It wasn't smooth, it wasn't fun always, it wasn't sweet always. But what kept me was the fact that I wanted to be something in life. There were days I cried, there days I felt I couldn't take it anymore. But I kept going.
There was no kind of work they asked me to do, that I didn't do with Joy. Looking back, I know that patients pays.


And on my madam part, she saw a future in me, she wasn't rich, profit from the shop won't be more than 200k but she was willing to help another person's child to become something in life.

There days I annoyed her, make her think my own is too much self, but she was set in blessing a life.

I can boldly say that the generation after me will never be poor by God's grace and hard work on my part. Thank you.



91 comments:

Doppelgรคnger said...

May God bless that lady and her family. I was expecting something terrible to happen but it didn't. God will bless you more than your heart desires for your zeal and persistence. Many had same opportunity as you but weren't patient and they lost a great future of possibilities.
I know a couple of people who made good of a bad situation. All the best dear.

Kele Bobo said...

Wow...it ended in praise that's all that matters.so happy for you!

Eka Joy said...

Wow. The kind of madam stories we should be reading.

Falcon said...

Nice piece

Kay Bee said...

Wow wow wow. Very inspiring post๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘ This is just a clear case of making lemonade out of ur lemons. Never stop believing in yourself as an individual!

St.FranKooL.... said...

#Confidence is not ‘they will like me’. Confidence is ‘I’ll be fine if they don’t’ — things everyone should know*

beautiful godly said...

God bless your madam and her household ,some good people are still out there
May the Lord enlarge you and be a blessings to generations in Jesus name amen

Tiwa

AGELESS T said...

Wao! Where there's a will, there's always a way. You are indeed fortunate, a lot of other maids are not.

I hope someone is reading this and learning. How people maltreat their housemaids still beats me. Not like this poster was a saint, but the woman probably overlooked a lot of things, but some will not. They will yell and talk her down, even flog. And they will be expecting her to treat their kids well in their absence, joker! They will claim afterall she's being paid, wicked souls!.

If anyone can easily spot your househelp cos of the way she's dressed or something else, you are maltreating her. So many oth pointers, I can't type.

Congrats poster, pls help others as well.

Anonymous said...

wow

doll (aka) nwababy said...

Awwwwwwww God bless her

Chike TEFLON said...

I'm happy for you.
May God bless your madam and her family.

Anonymous said...

It really moved me.. Woah

Chameleon said...

sooooo happy for you. you came, you saw and you conquered. continue to bask in God's love

blessing favor said...

Nice one

Bold Marehi said...

WOW! interesting piece. Your madam is one out of 100 i pray this story touches the life of those who maltreats their house help and make them change. Thank God for you and i'm glad it ended in praise.

Tan said...

You are just a beautiful soul yourself.Another child wouldn't have been as grateful as you are but will capitalize on the negative side of the woman.You were focused and didn't loose your focus.Remain blessed

Waiting on God said...

Wow.. Don't i just love you?

olami4eva said...

God bless your madam,your patience and perseverance made you who you are today



#GDR

Gold Taken said...

Blessings.

sexy Daddy said...

Awww I'm moved to tears reading this...Who said is not good to be good?
Poster, please don't forget to change someone's story when you stand wella in your feet..

God gat you!

Chikito The Professional Fire for Fire a.k.a Ugegbe Chike Teflon said...

๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘
You're very inspiring my dear! ๐Ÿ‘Œ
Keep it up. And God bless that woman. Don't forget them oh. Don't ever forget that family or have any issues with them. As things are right now let them stay so.
So happy for you.

Anonymous said...

A lot of people; even in this blog are probably guilty of this "salary" of a thing. With the maltreatment involved from the "madam", the girl won't mind "opening hole" for the husband even if he did not make a move. All to spite the "wicked madam"
It is simply put; "wisdom" to treat a girl well, when you know you will trust her with;
Your kids
Your husband
The food everyone eats in the house
Even yourself

Just treat her well, it is not costly. To do otherwise is most costly.

Elastic said...

Lovely woman with a godly heart. God will continue to bless her.


DontQuoteMe™

SINGLE DAD said...

This is one of the most inspirational piece I have read in last couple of days. Thank God for your life dear. The point here is that don't be depressed, all you need to do is to listen to bother person's story and you will be grateful with yours. I was moved!

slimqueen said...

Thank God for you.

Anonymous said...

You have a good mind. Some when u enrol them in school, they grow wings, I sponsored mine to write weac, she did, failed physics, I enrolled her again, she got pregnant for d gateman, he even married her, I just gave them my BQ to stay to d annoyance of my husband, he said my te time he comes back (he works abroad 28days on n 28 days off) I should make sure they leave, I'm planning on renting a place for them, cos I kinda pity d girl, she was a hard n loyal worker to me, problem is I don't want my husband to find out.

AGELESS T said...

Chike, how your sister, her son and MIL? Hope they are getting better? Regards

SheriKoko said...

Poster thank God for your patience and diligence even at a young age. Alot of children these days don't understand this. Am so sad my neighbours 13yr old help just left. This is someone she met her and her mother in the market (her "customer") where they sell foodstuffs some yrs back and she felt bad she wasn't going to school at her age and arranged wt the mom and took her in. Started school for her immediately in their staff school as she's a lecturer and has been treating her fine to d best of my knowledge. 4yrs dwn the road ds girl decides she wants to leave cuz she's bored most of the time and doesn't have freedom to do anything or go out once shes back from school. Now I heard she's back to her mothers shop n no more school for her but she claims it's better for her as she's freer at home.

AGELESS T said...

Preach it!

Yori Yori Princess Loveme Jeje said...

congrats poster. God bless you and your madam family Amen.

God bless those who are taking care of family members or maids.

God keep bad maids away from good homes Amen.
.
Since you were helped, kindly help others too but be wise when giving help to maids or relatives

Anonymous said...

God bless her, I pray when I have my own family I should not treat my house help bad, I see how my sister treat her maid and I'm like God let me be like her, she buys clothes like it everything, her uniform and bag so immaculate, may God bless such people, and you, you have a good heart, some people die for them na only bad thing they will be telling people, believing everyday should be so rosy

Anonymous said...

Wow.. God bless that woman, she is one in a million. Such is hard to find





Despicable me

Anonymous said...

beautiful story. patience is important, when a girl is brought to stay and assist some families, all she has in mind is that they want to use her for slavery. there are also good people who are willing to go extra miles for their woekrs, maids and all if only they see how good you are to them, their kids and family. god bless you and your madam.

Chidinma Grace said...

Lovely story. Don't forget to touch other lifes positively as yours was touched. God bless your madam

jelly said...

Very inspiring piece, good to know that there are still good people out there, God bless you and grant you your heart desire and bless that family too

Anonymous said...

A touching story,u were determined to achieve something nd u did,d woman is an exceptional person she's really nice.nt every woman can persuade somebody to get education to d level u reached despite ur shyness.congrats my dear hard work,determination nd perseverance pays.God bless ur madam

Anonymous said...

yeah...some of us from cross river are determined like so.
really proud of you darlyn.
there is a help that confided in me and i have been encouraging her, as long as your madam feeds you and makes sure you go to school or learn a trade then don't be blinded by the scolding and beating once in a while (i am not saying this is right)but just do your job and focus on getting better at the trade and look forward to a brighter tomorrow.
thanks for encouraging our hearts again.
and thanks for making chronicles beautiful today.
i am always scared to open the chronicles...too many evils in the world abeg!!

Anonymous said...

My dad traveled to the village last week and came back on Sunday then he told my mom about one boy of 11yrs that lost his parents and people has taken is other siblings so it's remaining him... I was there felling bad for the little boy was already thinking about a private primary school in the area the boy can attend the next thing I heard my mom say '' please bring the boy I need someone to be helping me clean the compound and the house then my dad too said his own I also need someone that will help me wash my car'' at this moment I was speechless so I just said daddy we will just look for a private primary school around the area for him, my dad said for what he will go to the government school at the junction, note this govt school doesn't even have chairs in their class room and they mostly teach the children in Yoruba... I couldn't say anything because if I talk too much they will remind me that I'm a graduate and I'm jobless so I just respected myself and left went to meet my younger sister and I told her what they said, then we both talked to my mom that if it's public school that you did not send your children too you now want to send an orphan too. I said then leave the boy where he his because I'm sure he attend a public in the village so you are not helping him in anyway you only want to use him...
But I wish I can afford it I will gladly send the little boy to a private school. But I know God his blessing me already.

Godly mum said...

Oh my God, tears flowing down my eyes. God bless the woman and her children and God bless you poster for your acknowledgement, amen

Anonymous said...

This is the kind of story that still makes be believe in humanity. That there are still special human beings out there and who still draw God's mercy on a world that very many have lost the meaning of being a brother's keeper. God bless and make you a blessing to others as you have been blessed.

Shirley said...

Your madam has a good heart,may her own children never run out of helpers,amen
And you also have a good head,patience is indeed a virtuous, God will continue to order your steps.
This is a relieve from all the crazy stories we read here.

Jennah said...

Nice. May Allah bless her more.

pastor Jude chuks said...

Wow!!! Amazing story of Life!!! You were faithful. I pray for you today your testimony shall be permanent and your best is yet to come. Soon it will Manifest. Amen

Shirley said...

So true

Shirley said...

At your last sentence, I say gbam

Anonymous said...

This brought tears to my eyes ... God is not done with you yet.. May God bless the kind lady, her family and yours as well in Jesus name Amen

Isolde Fontaine said...

Poster you had a good heart, you kept your head down and knew what you wanted out of life. Nothing stopped you from listing your former Adam's negative sides and all but you chose to concentrate on the positives and forge ahead. Nice one may God continue to uplift you and you madam.

Chike TEFLON said...

They are getting better.
Ezigbo mmadu AGELESS T thanks so much.

becky naka said...

Wow...I'm speechless.

TheLagosShopper(Goods and services 4rm the popular Lagos markets to anywhere in naija?07030493148) said...

Wow,am so happy for you,may your years be long and filled with happiness and answered prayers ma'am!I must say you ended this way because you were determined and you yielded to the trainings your madam gave you.......most of these house helps are not this determined/nice so I won't be quick to judge the people with bad experience!!!
My niece is 15,been with me for 4years,she's in pri6,can't read whatever she writes in her notes,I have tried so much!!!!!has 3full bags of clothes but I have to beg her to wash in d machine,make sure she spreads,if I'm not up to wake her up....lailai,still steals from the pot of soup,leaving the kids with her to go out is wahala,most times I come back fr the markets to come wash dishes,but I'm not giving up because her mom lived with my mum and left at ss3 got married immediately after and lives in d village,won't that be the same cycle if I give up?its not easy but I'm sure she will know I tried once she grows up and understand.
Whoever is living with you,try with everything that you can to see them end well,thats the reward!!!

Cassandra Carter said...

Wow!

ChyAda adajesus said...

May God continue to bless and keep your madam for you. Pls always remember them dear. It's good to be good.

May your own life be made beautiful by his grace in Jesus name Amen.

Push up said...

My dear, God bless her o, Cus it's not easy and my dear your type is also rare in finding these days, I trained a help of mine in sewing school bought her a machine Cus she wanted to help her mum but somewhere along the line she met a man who took her back to village to farm for him in the name of marriage, another which I loved so much fell for a security man upon how I fought the guy for deceiving her Cus she was young, she still chose to follow him, I cried the day she left in my room so I say to you dear poster, your type is hard to find these days, they are now moved by men and marriage to the point that they forget what they want. Now she calls me and I help when I can Cus she has a son now but it's not easy

Anonymous said...

My dear God bless you, your attitude is 1 in a million, my househelp job is to talk about how i maltreat her to my friend. Someone that refused to learn a trade or go to school, i leave home with my 1 year old and 3 year old with hubby every day at 6 to return 8pm. She is home all day doing little or nothing, i have a washing machine, i go to market and cook on saturdays. Even when my mum is around, my mum says all she does is sleep and gist on the phone. No future ambition. Well Christmas she is going

The General's Wife said...

Awwww!

May God bless u Darling!๐Ÿ˜˜
And keep blessing your aunt too!
I am mighty proud of u!
So proud u can't begin to imagine!

I pray life keeps treating u well and that u achieve all your heart desires๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝ

And thank you for making this a good read. As o hardly open Chronicles.Sad and scary stories made me stay off.

Remain happy darling!๐Ÿ˜

Kiks said...

I'm very happy for you poster. I'm also happy for your madam because it is rare to find such a report. Even relatives treat the children they bring to stay with them shabbily. You see a family and you automatically know who the help is. And some helps too are from the pit of hell too. No matter what you do for them you are a bad person. Any measure you use in measuring for someone same will be used for you.

Anonymous said...

VERY TOUCHING POST. HOW MANY WOMEN IN NIGERIA ARE NICE TO THEIR MAIDS? WHAT CAUGHT MY ATTENTION WAS THAT YOUR ENGLISH IS PERFECT. NO ARROW. I HAVE SEEN A POST ABOUT A HOUSEHELP THAT IS NOW A BANKER ABI LAWYER. COULD THAT BE YOU? MORE GREASE TO YOUR ELBOW. WISH YOU THE BEST. MAY GOD REPLENISH YOU AND YOUR MADAM SO YOU CAN HELP BOTH SHE AND YOUR OWN FAMILY MEMBERS. I'M TOUCHED

ALL THOSE PEOPLE USING ANOTHER MAN'S CHILD AS SLAVE IN THEIR HOUSE WHILE THEIR OWN KIDS CANT PICK A PIN SHOULD kontinu....NEMESIS

Anonymous said...

Read your story and I wish the girl I have at home will read and understand. I brought a 12yr old in 2015,she will be 15 in Jan,to help with washing plates and some little errands.My husband is wealthy but i do everything for her,from clothes,school fee, toiletries. In the morning when we wake up my husband work is to bath the boys and dress them for school while I make breakfast and lunch and I feed them when they are dressed.My helps work is to wash plate and sweep parlor and mop it,then get ready for school and eat breakfast.she closes by 12 .When she gets back home she eats,rest and wash plates in the evening.But my help has been insisting on going home I.e our village,simply because I don't allow her visit her friends,I don't allow her go to the neighborhood,and that the work is too much in my house,i cook my food and wash my childrens clothes amd mine too because if you give her to wash you will end up getting angry because she will spoil the clothes,sometimes with stains that yoi cant wash off and also she is bored.I called and told the father and he said he doesn't want her back that I should train her, meanwhile she is insisting she wants to go,she does things to get back at me,when she sweeps she pushed the dirt's under the chairs just to annoy me.I am so tired with her latest attitude I will just take her home and tell her father I don't need his dash.if only she will behave herself I am ready to train her to any level and teach her skill(I bake) but when I call her to come and help when I bake she will be frowning her face. I do everything for her cos she is the only girl I have,I have 3 biological sons,but her quest for freedom will make her regret later.I will take her home to her parents but will still be paying her school fees while the parents provide her basic needs.my dear poster you are one out of a thousand,don't forget this woman,take your time to pray for her and find time buy and expensive lace material take it to her and appreciate her.Tell her to bless you again and ask her to pray for you to get a good man to marry as she is now your mother.She will be so happy.God bless you.

charitybino said...

So happy for you poster. May God bless you and that family. Amen

Anonymous said...

Abeg poster do you have a younger sister like you? I'm a good and responsible woman. I stay in Lagos so you can even be checking up on her. I need a help. Comment under my post and I will give you my contact through Stella.

Anonymous said...

I.forgot.to add even the plates she doesn't wash them well,to wash her bedsheets you will have to tell her to,when she uses the towel she puts it back into her wardrobe,I check on her as if she is a five year old,and the little time I send her to go make her hair she will tell everyone around that I am maltreating her.also. I wake up before she wakes up but will still be late for school because she will be doing her things slowly. I ask myself which kind.of dash is this biko.I don't want,Christmas break pls come.Infact ehhh.Poster God bless you and your madam.I will get an older woman that will help and also appreciate the little I do to her.The one that left before this one is my husbands cousin, that one vowed to send me from my husbands house just because I said she should make semi for us to eat.Pls I am done with house help,I have tried.

Twins Squared said...

Your kind of madam is rare, your type of maid is also rare. These days good house helps fall into the hands of evil madams and the bad ones with good madams make a mess of the madam and her children if they are still young. God bless her greatly and bless you more for being persevering.

Yellowsisi said...

God bless you dear,you knew where you were coming from and was determined to make something good out of yourself.God bless who you stayed with and also make you a pillar to train others.

Anonymous said...

I think I know the slim madam. She is Yoruba and married an Edo man. Really God fearing woman and very simple in her ways

Aliyah Recipes and Tips said...

Wow!!! May God continue to bless her... Don't forget this woman and the lady that brought you to her, Y'all are one big family now. God will bless you more too, he will never forsake you. Hope some people will learn from your story. I wish you all the best.

Anonymous said...

Your type is rare..first I had left after two for marriage, second carry belle come na back to sender, third came and went JS1 and just before junior waec absconded, guess her village people didn't want her to succeed, next came and told me that she will stay for a year only, chaiii, next came and after a year I noticed her kakiri moves, I did test and she had hepatitis which I sent her for treatment and sent her back to continue her treatment at herhome cos I had a baby then, I don see nwiii, all are northerners except for the the one who dropped out from school.

Anonymous said...

You had big dreams that is what made you persevere. 'Perseverance breeds success' lol I also went to Airforce sec school.
Basically what I'm saying is many people have good intentions for their maids but unfortunately they keep getting unserious rude people who only want to end up selling fish. It always takes a willing young help and a willing guardian.

Anonymous said...

Poster I will be frank with you to tell you to work on your written English, most especially as you are a graduate. Then I will say God bless you real good and continue to bless you. Your story shows your patience, tenacity and hard work. You are a strong person. May the sky be your stepping stone. *Hugs*

Anonymous said...

God will continue to bless that family.

Justyswt said...

Wow! It's so rare to see ur type. And may God bless ur madam and her family. I keep wondering how some people maltreat their maid.

Anonymous said...

Don't hide such from your husband. Try to plead with him. If the worse comes, give them money and send them off in peace.

Anonymous said...

Use your children for help. She is working now and can take care of her family.

Anonymous said...

Well done. Just be careful and prayerful.

Anonymous said...

And good riddance.

La' Sunshine said...

I have similar story to yours lost my dad at a young age.I met this girl in church and she told her family about me that is how they took me in and started taking care of me we were like family you won't know i wasn't thier child, she was nice in her own way and I did my part too. I do house chores go to the shop and I was in senior sec sch. Determination matters though, if one is really determine in life you can pull through any difficult situation. Glad you turned out good
Pls o i need help want to learn a skill fashion designing and I need sewing machine.

Anonymous said...

And good riddance.

sholetoga said...

May God continue to bless your benefactors and make your life more easier for you

Anonymous said...

May be you should talk to your niece as mother and daughter to. If you have the money, you can get a private teacher for her too. May God bless you

Just Glamour said...

O yes

Anonymous said...

Asiri tu tu

Anonymous said...

Can I talk to her?

Anonymous said...

Most gals once they start following men, they start acting that way.
As young as I was, I just knew I didn't want to end up with a mechanic or gateman.
For 4 yrs I didn't go home my dad was even scared and asked for me to be brought home to be sure I wasn't sold.
It just the grace of God.
By the time she realised it, that is if she does it will be too late

Anonymous said...

Taking her back will only land her in pregnancy.i know wen I went home, I was the spot light to every idiot.but God gave me wisdom. I don't stay in my village longer dan 3 days den, if even u ask me, I will tell you I'm staying for month. My house will turn to visiting spot for every young man.once I'm in, I don't come out, that was because I understand I didn't want to end up with any how man, I hard big dreams.
If she is 15 and going to primary school that kids are, she won't like it. I understand the phycological effect
The best tin is to find any adult education school to enrol her.
After jss 3 she can join school.
And keep talking and advising her.
Not in a mockery way.

Anonymous said...

Wat are we suppose to do with this ur information?
Clap for u?


God bless you poster and bless the woman. She is indeed a kind hearted woman.

Red Wine said...

Poster God will bless you more and more.

Anonymous said...

That English is perfect?

Yeah, she tried for someone with her foundation but perfect?

Anonymous said...

U are a good woman.. God bless u for protecting that boy.

Chyluv! said...

This is so touching. I think its only fair to train any child living with you or helping you . God bless them and bless u too, you were really determined. I can only imagine all that you have been through but i thank God so much for you.

Anonymous said...

YES its perfect anon.

taurusianfeminist.wordpress.com said...

Poster, we are touched by ur story. Hope u have done a verbal big thank you to this woman for all she has done. Pls whatsap me on 08185270515. Thanks

Anonymous said...

She is in Jss3,she told me she can't stay...she wants to be free to be moving about. One time I sent her on an errand she hissed at me.She thinks I am the one insisting she must stay not her father.So my dear poster your likes are rare.This one is going let her be free.

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