Sometime last week, I posted about a lady, Oluyemisi, who has been hospitalized for months and is in need of financial assistance to pay off her hospital bills and also pay for an upcoming surgery. She has a choice. To either beg for the money or work for it. She chose to work for it. You can see her story here.
A lot of you clicked on the buy link, but only a few paid. Still, I want to thank you all for your willingness to assist.
We reasoned that part of the reason you may have pulled away from buying a copy is that you are not familiar with the payment processor and you are being careful with sensitive details. We understand that. And that’s why, we’ve made Omidan available on OkadaBooks, for easy purchase and reading.
Also, I want to thank the lady who offered Oluyemisi an editing job and paid well for it. We do encourage those of you in need of a ghostwriter and editor, to please, contact her – email@example.com
Please, let’s help this dear lady raise money to cover her hospital and surgery bills.
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If you have any questions, Oluyemisi and I will be happy to answer them. Thanks so, so much for your support.