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What's your superpower ?

Men and women of African descent know what it is to be hampered by foreseen and unforeseen circumstan
The Mojisola Report
What's your superpower ?
By The Afropole • Issue #49 • View online
Men and women of African descent know what it is to be hampered by foreseen and unforeseen circumstances that undoubtedly can throw doubt on who we are and our capabilities. The great thing is that there’s never been a better time to rid ourselves to burst at the seams, be different and explore without the danger of fearing mistakes! While we serve you a palette of inspiring stories, remember to do a proper self-assessment and give credence to what truly makes you special. It matters to us all. 

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