Friday, December 14, 2018
GBORBOMA—A goat and his great family occupied a beautiful land in Gborboma. Gborboma translates, "Goat World." The land was so beautiful that any food crop planted there grew in just a month. Any seed of tree germinated, grew, flourished and bloomed in just a year. Everything...

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