ekiri

e·ki·ri

(ē-kī'rī),
An acute, toxic form of dysentery of infants seen in Japan and due to Shigella sonnei.
[Jap.]
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Osundare, a popular poet and native of Ikere-Ekiti held that politicians had been hiding under the sliding moral values of Ekiri people and poverty caused by a culture of laziness to cheat the system, saying the next government must tackle the menaces for history to judge him well.
The presentation of the slides of these works has been carried out by the consultants Julin Ekiri Nzogo and Mara Asuncin Abuy Mitogo.
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