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Going! Going! Gone! Nigerian Northern Elites and The Auctioning of Buhari


Going! Going! Gone! Nigerian Northern Elites and The Auctioning of Buhari

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*Going! Going! Gone! Nigerian Northern Elites and The Auctioning of Buhari

-Masterweb Reports (Submission By Obinna Akukwe)

Auctioning is a process of disposal of tangible goods to the highest bidder at the time the auction cry is over. The highest bidder takes the goods except if a higher bid comes up before the bid is closed. I do remember with nostalgia my early years when after every annual harvest and thanksgiving church service the parishioners gathers for the bazaar sales. The goods offered to The Lord as thanksgiving offerings were usually gathered together for disposal to the highest bidder. The items include tubers of yam, livestock, cattle, clothes, kitchen utensils, bicycles, motorcycles and whatever item the parishioners came to church with. A goat could be sold for twenty times the market value to the cheering of parishioners or in rare cases at the market price especially minutes before the end of the bazaar. The money realized is used to further the work of the Gospel.

The Nigerian Northern Elites have auctioned their greatest chances to reclaim the presidency they lost during the Obasanjo era. Some northern militaricians led by former military president Ibrahim Babangida repackaged Obasanjo for a puppetist agenda in 1998 banking on their knowledge of the former Head of state - fearful, loyal, subservient and they never bargained that Obasanjo would want to be his own man. Years in Maidugeri prison have turned the former Head of State to another personality as he saw himself as the second Mandela of Africa. Since then the north lost grip of power. The greatest chance for the north to regain power back since 2003 was in the personality of former head of state General Muhammadu Buhari.

In 2003 presidential elections the ruling party agreed to allocate Buhari 11 million votes in an election the foreign media had already reported Buhari as leading other aspirants with Ojukwu and Obasanjo trailing . Buhari saw votes coming to him and suddenly the votes disappeared in a twinkle when the ruling PDP rigging wonders appeared. When Nigerians wanted to revolt against the presidential charade called elections, the ANPP governors-elect from the north led by Adamu Aliero of Kebbi state campaigned that the aggrieved should go to court for redress. He was supported by The Nigerian Labour Congress of Oshiomhole ,who contrary to earlier affirmations, refused to bring workers out for protests. ( Continues below….. )

Muhammadu Buhari

Photo Above: Former head of state General Muhammadu Buhari

The court process was another judicial exercise as all the Justices saw a most wonderful elections with just a few hitches . His own Katsina kinsman and the then Chief Justice of Nigeria, Muhammadu Uwais and his seven man panel blessed the electoral fraud with holy piousness.

In 2007 Buhari came again for the presidency. His greatest enemy was Sanni Yerima , the governor of Zamfara State who introduced Sharia to Nigeria. Governor Yerima with his counterparts in the ANPP so much ganged up against Buhari’s presidential ambition that it took only intelligence reports that the PDP would prefer a Yerima candidacy to that of Buhari for the former governor to step down. Yerima then took a pound of flesh by imposing Edwin Ume-Ezeoke as the running mate against Buhari’s preferred choice of Mike Ahamba. Immediately after the fraudulent 2007 election was over Yerima and Ume-Ezeoke abandoned Buhari and scrambled to submit names to the Yar’adua government for patronage and appointments to the cheering of his northern brothers in the ANPP. Seven man panel of Justices of the Supreme Court handled the case , the three from the north namely Justice Idris Kutigi, Katsina-alu and Dahiru Mustapha and Niki Tobi from the south south saw nothing wrong in the fraud while George Oguntade led other two justices from the south to reject the forgery in a minority judgment. In fact it was the justices from the south that always made futile attempts to salvage the case of the general while their northern colleagues followed the ruling party starting from rtd Justice Nsofor.

In 2011 , a man that rode on Buhari’s back to become governor in kano state, Ibrahim Shekarau, started challenging him. In fact Shekarau drove Buhari out of ANPP and the general had to form his own party , months to the presidential elections. During the presidential campaign eighty percent of funds of the Goodluck –Sambo campaign organization went to the pockets of the northern elites including traditional rulers, opinion leaders and religious leaders. They helped President Goodluck get the mandatory 25% votes in 2/3 states of the federation. It was a charade of securing 25% votes for Goodluck in core northern states. In fact most states of the core north did not display the posters of Goodluck except on the eve of every President campaign and the posters disappeared as quickly as Goodluck leaves the states. There was no radio jingles, nothing to show that another candidate existed but when the results was coming President Goodluck was getting 25% and above in many areas. The northern elites colluded with the ruling party to avoid a run-off election and as such securing the 25% in as many northern states as possible was the major task. Those purchased for the assignment did it without caution and the voter’s suspicion of high level collusion triggered the post election violence.

The funds to used to purchase northern elites were drawn from PPMC, PPPRA, FIRS, Customs, MDAs. Ministers were ordered to mobilize money from their ministries for the purchase. The FCDA released the N7billion naira meant for the vice presidents mansion for this merchandise. When the senators led by Smart Adeyemi recently raised hell about the whereabouts of the money and were told how it vanished, the case died off as a family affair. Northern elites in the past have accused the Igbo politicians of being money conscious but the 2011 presidential elections showed that abundant greed resides in the north more than any part of the country.

Buhari’s attempt to get justice again was truncated by northern justices in the Supreme Court. They initially plotted the removal of uncompromising Salami, from the south west as the President of the Court of Appeal and went on to bury the general in their subsequent judgments which refused to admit audit of electoral materials.

The problem of the north is the north. Had Shekarau availed Buhari of the funds he used to prosecute his presidential campaign, the general would have penetrated the south. General Buhari’s campaign organization suffered severe cash crunch that they couldn’t even pay for party agents to represent them in the polls in some states in the south . where they paid agents, the sum was paltry that the ruling party had a field day inflating votes. Shekarau chased Buhari out of the ANPP and appointed himself a presidential candidate and all his party could get was 917,000 votes while the man he chased away got 12, 214, 000 votes in his new party, CPC. What an irony.

If the northern elites had supported Muhammadu Buhari , the election wouldn’t be that easy for the ruling PDP, but alas they elected to fill their pocket to the brim at the expense of the north. Like Judas Iscariot in the Bible who sold his master Jesus Christ for thirty pieces of silver and later on returned the money and committed suicide in Matthew chapter 26:vs 14-16 the northern elites have sold their political future for a mess of billions of dollars, pounds, euro and naira and as such have led the north into a state of political hara-kiri .

Obinna Akukwe
Financial/ IT consultant.

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Comment from: Chukwu [Visitor]
ChukwuObinna, this is a master piece indeed. Thank you. You should have added that the bags of money distributed by PDP during the campaign is the reason why the governemnt is now cash strapped. This is also the reason for the oil subisidy removal.
01/26/12 @ 05:28
Comment from: sani [Visitor]
01/26/12 @ 05:47
Comment from: pumpedo [Visitor]
pumpedoobino you just say the truth u can't eat ur cake and have it
01/26/12 @ 06:21
Comment from: hope mwakughu [Visitor]
hope mwakughumay God help Nigeria
01/26/12 @ 07:01
Comment from: Ibrahim kale [Visitor]
Ibrahim kaleEven during the military era, it is the same greed or what Muslims will call munafik that pervaded the entire north. The generality of the northern elites are nothing but self centred people with myopic sence of judgement. Their behaviour is consequential to the insecurity in the north being perpetrated by the Boko haram. Every idiot and bigots wants to be governor and president. They have forgotten that leadership is not meant for bigots and idiots. Only God will safe us from these people. The worst thing is that they know how to manoeuvre every government. Only GOd will safe us from these hypocrites.
01/26/12 @ 07:09
Comment from: nelson [Visitor]
nelsonNorth ooh North! you have caused hardship to your people , always giving them fish without teaching them how to fish. your region is the HQ of polio infection in the world because u want the young ones to be street beggers. You ruled and ruined nigeria for the best part of our nationhood , yet you are the most backward group on earth! the issue of BH are ur works. u have created social insecurity in the land , now it is affecting the innocent citizens. You want power not for development but pockets. God had rejected you as our ruler and so shall it be for ever. Obinna this is a good writeup.
01/26/12 @ 07:57
Comment from: Leke Adebisi [Visitor]
Leke AdebisiObinna, well done for a truly, well analysed synopsis of the political turbulence that has pervaded the country for decades. The only question is if there is anny glimpse of hope, just a tiny glimpse for this great country Nigeria. The ruling party has cornered power and will not let go again.

I guess one day, we will lose our fear and take to the street not for carnival but for a true emancipation to turn around our destiny.
01/26/12 @ 09:02
Comment from: John O [Visitor]
John OLet us not be sentimental BH have ruled this country before now those fighting for his come back, during his period of reign what happened why the roads so bad, what happened to our railways what happened to our pwr. My dear this is to build this country not embezzle Ok.BH era is gone forever his old enough to go and rest let his children carry.
01/26/12 @ 09:24
Comment from: Philip A.J. [Visitor]
Philip A.J.Obinna, you are stupid and you are writing nonsense. Did you voted at all? If you do, and you saw the fields all over Nigeria, you would have noticed the acceptability of Goodluck Jonathan by Nigerians. I dont know where you got this your igbo-made write up and figures. If you are sympathetic to Buhari, nobody is against it, but you have to state the obvious true(facts are sacred).
01/26/12 @ 09:25
Comment from: mutling [Visitor]
mutlingMr Obinna your referrence to the North depicts a monolithic subregion, this is despicable and unacceptable, next time you are writing, diffrenciate between the core north and the Middlebelt region. In any case the subtance of your writeup tells the whole story
01/26/12 @ 09:40
Comment from: Oba-J.J [Visitor]
Oba-J.JTo me, this write-up is a crap! It is attempting to paint Buhari a saint even it's clear that Buhari enjoys the restlessness that Mr.Jonathan has been passing through since after swearing-in. Why hasn't Buhari openly condemned the killings of Ndigbo up north? Why must it always be when power changes hands that crises will evolve from this same north. They are same people with one reasoning. So, 'am disappointed that an Igbo man will write to portray that there is any good person up north. Maybe, because Boko Haram did not wipe any members of your family.The story in this article has been overtaken by event. Period!
01/26/12 @ 09:45
Comment from: Osa [Visitor]
OsaThis master piece, while disturbing, shed light on the past and the projected future of gloom and doom, that Nigeria has and could have been subjected to. Since independence, persons hail from the north have sat at the helm of affair in Nigeria. Most of them forced themselves on the people through criminal act called coup. They came in projecting themselves as savior, only to become self serving. If IBB is the richest man in Africa, and he was a military general, can he explain his business venture that earned him so much money? I will like to try it, as most Nigerians would,and nobody will be poor ever again. This is the legacy of this northern generals. Nigeria wealth are in the hands of generals and so called politicians, and the crumps for the people. The North have failed Nigeria, because they do not know what it means to lead. Notwithstanding they did not rule through the poll, they can not rule through the poll, hence they have choosen to become the spoilers. Where was boko haram when person of the north was at the helm of affair. Where was boko haram, when Gowon imposed "catchment program" on Nigeria, which gives northerners, automatic federal scholarship to study WESTERN EDUCATION abroad. Why did they allow that program to flurish. A man from the oil Delta is not ordained to lead, they hate him because he is a christian. When his boss was incapacitated, he could not step into his rightful place. NOW WE KNOW WHY the nation was allowed to decay without a leader for almost a year, a DELTA MAN from the oil region is not fit to rule, and they hate him because he is a christian. Except for Gowon who build few federal highways to his credit, and Buhari with the war on corruption, others are self centered and did not have the interest of the nation at heart. Who made them the rightful heir to Nigeria presidency? Such a mandate can only come from the people.
01/26/12 @ 10:30
Comment from: Johnn nwaodu [Visitor]
Johnn nwaoduYou see my friends the main reason for this write up is not to sympertise with Buhari or wih any affiliate, Obinna is speaking the simple truth, let the truth be told, and if you dont like it, shut up.
01/26/12 @ 12:47
Comment from: ISIAKU ALIYU [Visitor]
ISIAKU ALIYUMan u have said it all, even if we dont know them God knows, He will handle them for us and they will pay for the tears, blood and life lost.
01/26/12 @ 15:13
Comment from: francis zapper [Visitor]
francis zapperObinna. Some insight. In America there's what's called PAC money. Look into this, Its same thing the world over. Its the nature of the game of politics. Weep not child. Its a game of influence and power. Buhari will never be president. He cannot make it. So says my Lord.
Just forget the dream of a northern president. The next one may come from the north but will not be a real North North person. God bless nigeria.
01/26/12 @ 16:08
Comment from: henry [Visitor] Email
henrytnks obinna for stating d true. I pity south south and south east majors for supporting evil, they forget dat wat goes around cums around. Their gudluck wants to do away with d subsidy regime to cover his sins, desperate man indeem! Now he must administer it lets see how he spend 1tr in excess.
01/26/12 @ 17:00
Comment from: ldeycrazy [Visitor]
ldeycrazybackward and forgotten history.
01/26/12 @ 18:05
Comment from: ijeuwa [Visitor] Email
ijeuwaI've said over and over that the northern oligarchs are even more afraid of Buhari than their southern kleptocrats.

Obinna's insightful piece has just confirmed it, with hard facts on the ground.

It was an absurd theatre when Tinubu and IBB and Atiku teamed up to ask Buhari's running mate, Bakare, to sign a post dated resignation. They were so afraid of Buhari that they didn't want to leave any stone unturned. They didn't want to take any chances.

Unfortunately, many Nigerians were hoodwinked into believing that Buhari was the candidate of the north, that he had a northern agenda. Nothing can be farther from the truth.

Thanks for writing this, Obinna!

More grease to your elbow.

Jisie ike!
01/26/12 @ 21:57
Comment from: Udo A.O. [Visitor]
Udo A.O.No body is born to rule.Nigeria is divided into 6 geopolitical division.Any unit here has a right to produce a president. Buhari's time to rule Nigeria is in the past.Nigeria is for dynamic young men.Boko Haram insecurity is as a result of the fact that the North is not at the saddle of the leadership of this Country. May God salvage Nigeria.
01/26/12 @ 22:21
Comment from: Ayinde K. [Visitor]
Ayinde K.The Bokoharam issues is highly political to me, no matter what any body may say after this my comment, I believe I have said the truth in my mind, the issue of bokoharam is completely political and it is as a result of rigging an election that some elites in the north strongly believe their party won. Forcing candidates on electorates usually have a negative result, this is not religious matter as some people who are ignorance of this fact or they just like to sectional in their comments.
01/27/12 @ 04:46
Comment from: ladi [Visitor]
ladiMany waters have passed under the bridge without significant result. Let just forget the past and support the present Government, also depend on God and see how He can help us.
01/27/12 @ 06:57
Comment from: Tunde Felix [Visitor] Email
Tunde FelixWhether its true or not, this people will die one day and the land will rest.
01/28/12 @ 05:37
Comment from: Addi U. S [Visitor] Email
Addi U. Syoung man, you have spoken the truth. Guys, let call a spade a spade and shun sentiment irrespective of your religion and ethnicity, Goodluck is a product of corruption and we are all feeling the pain of his deeds in the last presidential election. Nigerian deserve better than a man called Jonathan who have soiled his hands in corruption. Oh God save nigeria from the hands of this greedy people who are desperate for power.
01/28/12 @ 06:56
Comment from: abba M katsina [Visitor]
abba M katsinaYes, what you said is true, but some commentators want to bring in sentiment. What is needed in our dear country is not a man from west,south or north, but the one who rule with sincerity and justice to all irrespective of religion or ethnicity. let us be patriotic and put the nation ahead.
01/28/12 @ 13:50
Comment from: George [Visitor]
GeorgeWhat goes around comes around. Only God will save us.
01/29/12 @ 04:17
Comment from: Igbo [Visitor]
IgboOBINNA , Anybody can fixe any name or answer what he wants in the net. This obinna is not Igbo please, he is houssa man who hide behind Igbo identity to give his support to his Houssa fulani man called Bouhari.Please my fellow good Nigerians,the igbos, yourubas, etc.forgive Obinna for what he wrote. You should not blame him becos he want to change his Identity. His correct name is MUSA and he is ashame of BOKO HARAM acts. This is why he changed from MUSA MOHAMMED to OBINNA.
01/29/12 @ 05:41
Comment from: Igbo [Visitor]
IgboWhois MOHAMMED BUHARI, Buhari is the leader of BOKO HARAM. This is why he cannot comdame the acts committed by Boko haram. The northern elites and top politicians should help their younger Generations by showing them the new modern life. The world has changed and we are nomore in the ancient days .
01/29/12 @ 05:53
Comment from: el qitab [Visitor]
el qitabthe former US president contested 4 so many times before he became president.i.e Abrahm linco.as such 1 day he will 2......
01/29/12 @ 08:49
Comment from: saidu [Visitor]
saiduThe north, mr obinna is refering to was the 1960 north, but now eyes have opened, the middle belt is also north but definitely not myopic as he thinks ,Buhari as a person is unique but the forces in his core constituency are selfish and self centered .i tell u unless God intervene it will be difficult for someone from the core north to rule this country at least not in the near future.
01/29/12 @ 13:09
Comment from: christian [Visitor]
christianI have not seen any different in leadership in nigeria irrespective of where the president comes from nigerian leaders are the most greed people on earth.The problem is every where we from the east dont have anything to show for ourseleves.Obyno thanks for the write up God will see us through
01/30/12 @ 02:23
Comment from: SANI DADDY. [Visitor]
SANI  DADDY.philip A.J. is not your fault bcos psychologist said"A CHILD LEARNS WHAT HE LIVES" so Iam not blaming in any way may be your tought u how to abuse people . IS UNFORTUNATE .
01/30/12 @ 03:13
Comment from: ude lawrence [Visitor]
ude lawrenceobinna you have just shown that you are a businessman, in writing not by projection. lf you did not see any thing wrong with what Buhari did to lgbo when he was chairman of ptf l wounder if you are actually igbo man. TO Say the least nigeria have pass the stage that people like Buhari will come back to pocket again. As abusinessman in writing you are free to write to deffend what you have been paid for, always remenber what history will held for whatever opinion you held at any critical point in time.
01/30/12 @ 05:38
Comment from: Attah Kogi [Visitor]
Attah Kogithe northern leaders should wake-up, put off selfishness, greed and hypocrisy. they can still re-write the history of the northern leaders in gold. Not that the Norther Nigeria do not have credible personalities, but because of the recent past leaders experience, Nigerian have given-up trust on them. Northern leaders wake up!
01/30/12 @ 07:25
Comment from: Silva A [Visitor]
Silva AThanks bro,U are the best. Every bit of ur write-up is the truth and only God will help Nigeria.
01/31/12 @ 04:43
Comment from: OKWUCHI CHRISTIAN [Visitor]
OKWUCHI  CHRISTIANBringing the poor and the rich cannot be achieved through subsidy removal but through the following,

1. Government should impose Taxes on properties the way it is done abroad.

2. Our political offices should be made less attractive on that note politics in Nigeria will not be a do or die affair again.
01/31/12 @ 04:47
Comment from: apochi [Visitor]
apochiBuhari has allways been the man...we should ask ourselves, why all the so called northern political leaders hav been so afraid of seeing this man rule nigeria again? we need honest and brave people in this country to move us forward and for now, i av not seen anyone but buhari wit dat kind of c.v
01/31/12 @ 05:56
Comment from: bright [Visitor]
brightobinna God bless you for saying the truth,our people think it is only when their people are power that things go well. nigeria had missed buhari an upright nigerian, he made dora of nfdac, we pray he accept to run come 2015.
01/31/12 @ 17:11
Comment from: adeshina Okunubi [Visitor]
adeshina Okunubiwhat a glory. the article is well written but you need to remember that Buhari cannot come back and claim relevance in the south where he destroyed the access of the masses to free education. he also limited himself with his fundamental status religious wise.

Let him go and redo the metro line project and wake up the 3 drug pushers he killed extrajudicially so that we can also backdate our forgivness of his travails.
01/31/12 @ 18:52
Comment from: Charles anthony [Visitor]
Charles anthonyObinna am highly disapointed by this write up,filled wit a lot of falacies.though u sold ur conscience lik the judah u mention but your reason for painting buhari lik a saint he(buhari)cant ever imagine to be even in his old age is something i dont get.because that does not portray professionalism in your practis of jounalism.nevertheless;next time no matter the sum,it not worthy of betraying ur profession.nigeria as a country have never known any good leader since 1960.but buhari was once with the mantle.we all know how it was then.nigeria is far from it promise land,but am sure ne day we will get there!
02/01/12 @ 04:17
Comment from: lukman [Visitor]
lukmanTnx obina, d truth is always bita, d probe we ar avin in dis country is byond election & wining. is abt instituted coruption,tolerance & patriotisim. Some articulated capitalist wt dia anti masses agenda no mata wot wil not want buari. Thus, they ll bringv in sentment 2 install a stooge who grown up w2ot shoe & neva prepare 4 leadership. May /od save d masses
02/01/12 @ 08:04
Comment from: suleiman [Visitor]
suleimanYour write-up is good my friend but i dont think there was a candidate fit for the presidency amongst the aspirants in the 2011 presidential election. The problem with the north is that they think that the leadership of this country is their birthright.
02/01/12 @ 09:47
Comment from: yusuf salaja [Visitor]
yusuf salajaObinna nice writeup i pray GOD continue to bless u.you are an objective person.with people like you am proud to be a nigerian.i keep telling people the Devil is in control of this country.our leaders hide under the guise of religion to ruin this country they come pretending to be muslims and christians.meanwhile they are worse than lucifer. please Obinna keep it up.
02/02/12 @ 03:41
Comment from: James Lucanus Inyang [Visitor]
James Lucanus InyangYou have nothing to say than a prompt of saying that there should be no Nigeria. If Nigeria is only the North then you have said something. For a good reason anybody from any region in the State Nigeria can rule and do well. I hope you are trying to contribute to nation building.
02/03/12 @ 07:14
Comment from: Musa [Visitor]
MusaObinna's write up is unreliable and only serves to deceive. I one breath he said the 2011 elections were rigged massively by the ruling party. In the other he claimed Buhari had more votes than Shakaura. If the elections were rigged, why believe any score by any party. Whatever the evil machinations, Nigeria will survive All. The truth will yet one day be told.
02/03/12 @ 08:02
Comment from: faith [Visitor]
faithMuhammadu Buhari i can heard you,but you have to call up your brother's Boko because i know you know them as well, try and expose them so we can listen to your jargon looser
02/03/12 @ 17:43
Comment from: A. Auwal [Visitor] Email
A. AuwalPDP has been ruling the country for thirteen good years no element of healing Nigeria its problem, every time you check you find multiple of injuries x100 created plus additional, even if it is father that vomits all the PDP PROPAGANDA surely you will quite from that home and hang with another family if evidence confidence exist to solve your problems. The little time spent by the General Muhammadu Buhari has shown solution more than average. Any explanation to support PDP goverment is more than selfishness but sel-crocodile
02/03/12 @ 21:02
Comment from: Meketa [Visitor]
MeketaObinna is right. We have along way to reach the promised land. I thought that Nigerians are aware of our politicians' strategy of deception. They use religion, tribal and sectional differences to create every possible seed of discord among the poor masses in favor of their pockets. To them, that is how they surve.Go to overseas and see how the so called politicians among Hausas, Ibos, Yorubas and other tribes in Nigeria are laughing at you while using the wealth meant to give you education, health and security in buying most costly mansions, hotels, expensive cars, acres of land etc and you there talking about religion, hating and killing yourselves. At least you should now know your real enemies and stop chasing shadows.
02/04/12 @ 13:07
Comment from: Clement Okika` [Visitor]
Clement Okika`Now that the truth is coming out, why is the north turning their sword against the innocent struggling Igbos of the East instead of their kith and kins?
02/04/12 @ 19:53
Comment from: Abdullahi Isa [Visitor]
Abdullahi IsaObinna, what u ve said is right but not new. itz just like old wine in a new bottle. banks call it round tripping. hmmm...the elites, be they from the north, south, east, west have mortaged nigeria....the country is doomed.
02/05/12 @ 02:20
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02/05/12 @ 22:11
Comment from: amina [Visitor] Email
aminathere is nothing like bokoharam, it,s all nothern politics.unfortunatly, the northerns are the ones redusing in numbers which will definetly affect them during elections. May God help Nigeria.
02/07/12 @ 05:17
Comment from: formally [Visitor]
formallyQuite an inventory right here, Kim; definitely numerous things to take a look at.
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