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Adeola Sonola, CEO Fedkot Publishing launches book "Little Angels" on Apple and Android

Adeola Sonola is the CEO of Fedkot Ltd and has a publishing subsidiary from where she published best sellers including a Children Story classic - Little Angels which is centred on the beauty of Nigeria.

This book is in print, audio, ebook as well as an App. You can download the book LITTLE ANGELS for $1.99 on iOs and Android and you can enjoy reading.

Adeola is a Contracts lawyer in Democratic and legal Services UK and runs Fedkot Consulting as a family business. Visit her Website to check out all her books and buy for your reading pleasure.

Enjoy and have a good laugh!


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