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Russia, Nigeria, United States and Slovakia Emerge Top Country Readers of #JCB; Gets Appreciated

As a new year, 2017 dawns with 2016 winding down, we want to thank our Top 10 blog readers by Country. It is important I let you know that I see you, and know your interests and look forward to working more with you all in bringing empowerment to citizens across the world starting from men for women and children.


Russia Ist

Nigeria 2
 In 2017, we will beam our searchlight on developments in your countries especially as it benefits Africa so you have a chance to write in to let us know what role you are fit in taking this project to more people. We can plan a country tour too. (Fingers crossed)
USA 3

Slovakia 4

Germany 5

Turkey 6

Netherlands 7


United Kingdom 8


Kenya 9


France 10
I thank you with the rest of my team - Jumia, Seyi otitoju, Emmy Okafor and other guest writers.
We love you all!
Special toast to you!

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