Video and Transcript: Hon. Patrick Obahiagbon Speaks On the "The State Of The Nigerian Nation -Part 1 & 2

Transcript By Aina Olatunji-Mason

…be obscurantive or to be gymnosophist in my communication.
There has been no deliberate attempt at all to obfuscate or envelope my audience in a state of orga moga. No no no no no, far, far from it. Like I have always said, it is just that by the grace of God, by the grace of the great grand architect of the universe, I put my nose to the grindstone, and I am sort of an omnivorous reader. I read practically everything that comes across my way. I am sure you can see here now ‘The mystical life of Jesus’. This may be outside the purview of an ordinary lawmaker or a lawyer.
If you are a polyvalent and an elliptical reader, chances are that you are bound to come across one or two idiolects and if you make it as your pastime , to be able to know every new word you come across, what it stands for,  they are part and parcel of you, and when you speak, at times they come like the rattle of a gun and that goes beyond my control, but to say that I, Honourable Patrick Obahiagbon have deliberately set out to mystify my audience is far from it.

It is an opportunity for me again to use the platform of Sahara reporters, a latitudinarian platform to render an unreserved apologia to my audience if at any point in time; they find it a little bit difficult to comprehend what I am saying. I want to apologise that it is not intentionally at all excepting you are saying that I should be deaf and dumb, excepting you are saying that I should not speak. You know, so an apology again. I can’t stop reading.

SR: Hmm, having said that, when we look at your contribution on the floor of the house, you have been very – you have been quite hard when it comes to the state of the nation.  I remember one of your contributions during the disappearance of the former president, Late Musa Yar’ Adua. Being a member of the PDP, you know, how did you feel at that point in time, going contrary to the general feeling of members of the political party to take an opposing view?

HPO: No, no, no no, you see as a parliamentarian you have more than one, or two or three constituencies, you have loyalty to your party, you have loyalty to the nation, and you have your loyalty to your conscience. And for me, I have never found myself in any quandary as to the fact that when there is a mismatch, when there is an interpose between loyalty to your party, or loyalty to your nation or loyalty to your conscience, you must tilt the scale in favour of the nation, you must tilt the scale in favour of your conscience. So for me, even when the entire national assembly at that point in time, both the house of reps and the senate, took a position that it was not the business of the national assembly to call on late President Yar Adua to transmit a letter to the national assembly, my mind, my conscience wriggled and I thought we were just being political halleluiah boys. So at my expense, I called a world press conference and I said no, no, no, true, yes the provisions of the constitution made it discretionary but the national assembly could call on the president to  exercise that discretion in favour of public safety, in favour of the stability of democracy and once I aired that view, irrespective of the fact that it ran against the grain of the leadership of the national assembly,  irrespective of the fact that it ran against the grain of my political party , I became an happy man, and for me my happiness is what matters to me and that was why again, when we were told that a presidential jet flew in the late president into the country without the imprimatur of the then acting president, I came again on the floor of the parliament to say no, no, no, no. I see this as a veritable bugaboo which must be pooh pooh-ed, by all compos mentis Homo sapiens.

SR: And was that why you crossed to the Action Congress of Nigeria, because I am made aware that you have left the PDP for the CAN

HPO: Yes, I am a member now of the Action Congress of Nigeria, Edo State. That itself has generated a life controversy of officio. But the way I look at this matter is that I take succour in Plato. Plato said that at all points in time in any democracy, the people and only the people must remain the philosopher kings, and I find myself in Edo State where a preponderant number of my constituents had tergiversated from the People’s Democratic party to the Action Congress of Nigeria, for no reason other than the fact that the comrade governor himself, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole has given meaning to governance. Edo state that was in a state of economic quagmire, political phantasmagoria, and social stupor was gradually and is being gradually transmogrified into a state of infrastructural El Dorado. So you see a dominant number of my constituents adjusting to the Action Congress of Nigeria and I can’t stay here, I can’t stay here Kayode, to begin to admire the bridges in Abuja and pretend not to see the yearnings, not to listen to the yearnings and aspirations of my people.

SR: What if you opponents call it political opportunism, that Oshiomhole and the Action Congress of Nigeria, being the party of the day...the ideology of the PDP to the ideology of the ACN, what do you have in common with the Action Congress in terms of policy?

HPO: What is the ideological difference? What is the ideological difference between the PDP and the ACN? What is the ideological difference between the PDP, the ACN and other political parties? If there is any ideological difference at all, it is but a twiddly dormant twiddledee. No, no basic, no basic ideological difference. It is all elitist, a band of elitists, gathering together, you know, for the sole purpose of acquiring political power, to see how that political power could be deployed, either in service of the nation or in service of self… you know, so if the ACN political platform for me is the platform that has become the bedrock upon which the economic status…

Those are the issues, ten it would become very, very difficult…but do we have political parties in Nigeria? I really don’t think we have political parties in Nigeria. It’s like you telling me now that we are celebrating 50 years of democracy. No, no, no, no, no! We are celebrating 50 years of civilian rule, for example. It is not democracy; we are not a democratic country yet. We are a civilian country, yes.

I initially saw that as a policy that did not reflect the reality of the moment, until the President himself explained that this was not a process he started, that the three presidential jets bought, had a faucet origau in the administration of the late president Umaru Yar’Adua, and he only saw into a finishing point. That again gave me some mental sanity, but again, I still would have thought that that would never happen at all because even if it happened in the regime, even if the process was started in the regime of the late President Umaru Yar Adua, in line with the consciousness of the moment, one really would have thought that Mr president would have stopped that exercise.

SR: There has been a lot of outcry even internationally about the allowance allocated to Nigerian lawmakers. Do you agree that the money being paid to lawmakers is outrageous?

HPO: I will say two things here. One, I will react to what constitutes the salaries and allowances of lawmakers. Two, I will react to a lot of misinformation in the public domain. For example, when you talk about constituency allowances, which is being dubbed and stigmatized – ‘jumbo pay’, it will interest you to know that honourable members do not know the contractors that execute projects in their respective constituencies. It is not as if to say that you put in the hands of the honourable members, X Y Z sum of amount and say, ‘go and execute constituency projects’, and they pocket this money. No, no, no, no – that is a lot of misinformation in the public domain. But again, as to whether the salaries and allowances of parliamentarians reflect the austere, reflect the harsh, reflect the aspartic, caustic and corrosive nature of the Nigerian infrastructure today , I want to say that I am emparimaterial with not just the international public, I am emparimaterial with the Nigerian public  that it is something all stakeholders, it is something the Nigerian parliamentarians will want to sit down again and assess, because after all , we cannot live over and above the Nigerian society .

SR: Now let us speak about the leader of the House of Reps, Dimeji Bankole. He is probably one of the most controversial speakers we’ve had in recent times, and you know the case of the legislators that were literally beaten up or rough handled on the floor of the house. Were you at that sitting and what position did you take then? And the issue of corruption in the leadership of the House of Reps, are your members doing anything about it? It seems that not a lot is coming out of the investigations that are conducted

HPO: Let me say that it was unfair and it was a malodorous saga cum gargantuan gaga that that incident happened at all on the floor of the house. It was bestial, it was despicable, and it was one of the low moments of the national assembly. I do not believe and I still do not believe that what was meted out to those who alleged certain facts and issues against the leadership of the house, would have been outright suspension for the rest of their tenure because if you look at it, this is a democracy. Parliament is supposed to be a costos moros of the people having superintendence over all bridges contras boroughs moor. Parliament is supposed to be the watchdog of society. How do we have the moral bastion? Where is the moral and sociological wicket for us to continue to formulate, for us to continue to declaim what we see as executive excesses and dodoisms, when we think within parliamentary precincts and confines. Parliamentarians make certain allegations and all you can do is to put them on suspension? I am not looking at the merits or demerits of those allegations now because he who alleges must prove. That is for those who alleged those facts. But the way and manner parliament reacted in an otto von bismarck approach, with an iron fisted approach, and gave the impression as they do give the impression that there is something to hide. And I want to use this forum like I have done before to call the leadership of the house to have a rethink of the suspension of those members. If they are unable to prove their case Quod erat demonstrandum   to a fixation of quod era farcientum, at that stage, you can now subject them to the ethics and privileges committee of the house, but a mere allegation? You have not given them time to prove it…? (Fade out)

Part two


…interesting developments, unfortunately and sardonically and lugubriously so, we do not seem to have a very efficacious and potent political armada in form of an opposition political party in Nigeria just now, otherwise, this was the opportune time for Nigerians to have an alternative government to the People’s democratic party. Because I foresee a lot of implosions flowing here-from, and in any case, in any case, Kayode, that 50 years of Nigeria’s independence, we are still apostatizing the faucet aurigae of a presidential aspirant, that is to say where the presidential aspirant comes from, and not his merits, not what I can do, not his political pronunciamento, shows that there is something wrong with Nigeria’s federalism, shows that we need to re-negotiate the character of the Nigerian state. What is zoning after all? To me, I am less perturbed whether a south southerner, a south-south man becomes president or a man from Sokoto becomes president, because, after all, there is one common denominator; - the common denominator is that it is a government of the elites, by the elites, and for the elites. The northerners have ruled the country for over  30 years, what have they used their 30 years of rulership – have they used their 30 years of rulership to transform Aminu Kano talakawas, have they used their 30 years to transform the modus Vivendi of the rag tag and the bob tail in the northern political, socio and  economic pathosphere ? When President Obasanjo from the South West was president of the federal republic of Nigeria, to what extent did that enhance the welfare of the hoi polloi  in the Oduduwa republic? So, zoning is a contrivance by the elitist political class to have access to power to continue the pillaging and plundering of oil for their own egocentric benefit, to continue to masturbate their selves in the corridors of power. If a man from X, from Langtang state becomes president of the country, it does not affect the economic fortunes either way of a man from Langtang state. Poverty is poverty, whether in the north or in the south, dilapidated state of infrastructure exists whether in the north or in the south. Bad healthcare delivery system exists whether in the north or in the south. So, all of this zoning is all a contrivance of by the Nigerian elites and unfortunately we seem to be falling n to this trap and we want to rely and ask of very sensitive and very dialectical and very clinical and soul searching platforms such as Sahara Reporters to continue to unveil these masquerades. It does not serve the interest of our people other than serve the interest of the elites. It shows that Nigerians are still falling assoc deep into the aqua of what Papa Jeremiah  - Chief Obafemi Awolowo, the canafe philosopher said when he described Nigeria as a mere geographical expression, 50 years after independence, we are still talking about zoning, is reflective of the fact that Nigeria still wallows in a state of menicisetal statetism , cankerous tribalism, ethnocentric chauvinism , syphilitic parochialism, epileptic nepotism, cataleptic parapoism and state brigandish, of the bluest dye…
 

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Wow!

I am enthused with this whole saga...One thing we must all realize is that never will we all be on the same plane or of the same thoughts and conviction so we shouldn't just villify him...I must confess I laughed my heart out though, and more funny is his pair of trousers...I only guess my eyes are deceiving me.

keep it up.... but!

Your stand on the state of the nation is clear. but when you are in the house of rep, what were ur achievements? how did you better the lots of your people?

To the bad belles

i cant see anything bad in his speech. they are load of meanings especially to the welmeaning nigerians. to anybody that hate him because he is well loaded grammaticaly, they are displaying their real color of moron and they need to visit the rehab centre

tackle

i think you don't need to build an uproar and to beef the hon. because of his well constructed grammar, even if he is seeking the attention of the common nigerians he is gottten what he wanted. As a nigerian what we need to do is to appreciate a politician who exhibits interest in the affairs of the citizens.

time to upgrade

i see those who critisize obahiagbon as delibrately being mentally lazzy. Atleast Some of his vebos should be understood by any one claiming even average English literacy.for those words that seem obscurantive, it should be seen as an oppurtunity to chanllenge ones intelligence. Rather than complaining, I stongly recommend tht they see it as chanlenge to upgrade their standard. english and life itself is dynamic. obahiagbon is perhap giving a new face to gramatology, if their is any word like that. If he was an "oyibo man" may be we would have appreciate him better. come to think of it, english is a blend or derivative of german, french and latin words. the man, to me, is the most creative homosapien on the surface of the earth.no one, not even the so called "oyibos" has thougth of this manner of communication. Arise fellow compatriot and break loose from this intellectual indolence.

Its perhabs time to upgrade

i see those who critisize obahiagbon as delibrately being mentally lazzy. Atleast Some of his vebos should be understood by any one claiming even average English literacy.for those words that seem obscurantive, it should be seen as an oppurtunity to chanllenge ones intelligence. Rather than complaining, I stongly recommend tht they see it as chanlenge to upgrade their standard. english and life itself is dynamic. obahiagbon is perhap giving a new face to gramatology, if their is any word like that. If he was an "oyibo man" may be we would have appreciate him better. come to think of it, english is a blend or derivative of german, french and latin words. the man, to me, is the most creative homosapien on the surface of the earth.no one, not even the so called "oyibos" has thougth of this manner of communication. Arise fellow compatriot and break loose from this intellectual indolence.

Simplicity is the Key?

Simplicity is the key! He who can not communicate in a clear and concise manner, so that his AUDIENCE can grasp his message does NOT know how to communicate! Or to be more direct has NOTHING to say! Consider, if one were to be speaking latin to a group of french how do you expect them to understand? No one doubts the existence of the words he's chosen to use, but are they used in the right context? Any one who really KNOWS a language must surely know how best to combine the individual words. Even the Noble Laureate (Wole Soyinka) learnt the context to use high sounding words!

It is not enough to feel sorry for your audience, but better to realize your stupidity if you can not communicate!

He simply seeks attention! Anyone that has anything to offer will go about his convictions in a quite manner, that will be the only focus!

This is fun

I love to listen to him, at least for a break and little laughs here and there. reminds me of an old friend way back at Uni, likes using big grammars.

I feel we need not condem him, perhaps one day he will win an award of some sort. one good thing about him he speaks the truth on the floor most times and whereas they dont like the truths, they allow him because all likes to have a break and enjoy a laugh including oxford trained Speaker of the house. You see all of them laughing hilariously and sometimes when tension were high this man douses tension most times as all will break into a spell of laughter.

What a load of crap!!!

This is got to be the biggest jargon-filled idiot that ever walked the surface of the earth! what does it say about Nigerians if when an idiot like this can become a lawmaker.....sad sad sad. Democracr has become an assthat any idiot can write. It will be a blessing if he will just choke on his stupid jargon!! If only he could understand half the rubbish he is talking about, it might encourage him to shut up. God bless Nigeria.

Paul
PS: His children must be veeeeeeeeeeeeeeery proud of him.

"Anonymous" requested a translation, so...

Funny tricks of "machine language": someone who claims to be anonymous is "not verified" as anonymous!

Anyway, on November 26, 2010 - 22:02 this person who MIGHT have name, inasmuch as it cannot be verified that he is nameless, lists words he does not understand.

Some should be IMMEDIATELY understood by any one claiming even average English literacy:

obfuscate
omnivorous
purview
polyvalent
elliptical
pastime
quandary
imprimatur
bugaboo
sardonically
lugubriously
apostatizing
parochialism
epileptic
cataleptic
Plato
malodorous
gargantuan
bestial

Some are easily understood on the basis of the root word. For example, "dodoisms" is meaningful to anybody with a very ordinary familiarity with the concept a dodo has come to represent. Similarly, "everyone" knows what a brigand is, so "brigandish" should be no mystery. "Obscure" is not obscure to the average English reader, and although "obscurantism" is more common in prose (and ubiquitous in political speech!), "obscurantive" is easily deciphered.

He playfully interpolates a word into what is normally a set phrase understandable to most (indeed, a cliche): "twiddledee and twiddledum".

I will admit that some words will send even a fairly literate person to a dictionary or other reference. For example, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gymnosophists and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Latitudinarian and http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/tergiversate and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Idiolects

Unless he is referring to an astronomical entity, when he says "faucet aurigae", he may have in mind a comment on p. 68 of "A Road to Development: Africa in the 21st Century" By Adebayo O. Olukoshi, Lennart Wohlgemuth, Nordiska Afrikainstitutet.

Perhaps he is riffing on the title of a book about an old-fashioned American political boss ("The Last Hoorah") and the call-and-response of charismatic bible-thumping evangelists when he coins the phrase "political halleluiah".

Fascinating man. It would be a pleasure to meet and talk with him.

Funny

Nigerians are a funny lot. The purpose of language is to communicate not to grandstand. Who is this guy communicating with with 'big words' as these? When your constituents are mainly illiterates and the legislooters pass budgets with less than 10% allocation to education, big grammar is meaningless and actually makes you look like a jester when there are serious issues at hand. What a country...

Haba una Nigerians no go kill

Haba una Nigerians no go kill me OOOOOOO...which one be Colonial mentality gone Mad!!.

Chai....Chai....Chai....you

Chai....Chai....Chai....you no go kill me with this your "Grammar".. You're too funny!

about politican obahiagbon and nigeria politics.

it reminds me about ikimi in UNO 50 years anniversary
there to defend his country.clinton and blair concluded he was educated.but not making any effort in helping his country out of his economics predicament.this guy is a joke to his constituency.is making no sense another attention seeker.what do they take us for fool?infact in society were laws and order works.he would never won an election.

about politican obahiagbon

it reminds me about ikimi in UNO 50 years anniversary
there to defend his country.clinton and blair concluded he was educated.but not making any effort in helping his country out of his economics predicament.this guy is a joke to his constituency.is making no sense another attention seeker.what do they take us for fool?infact in society were laws and order works.he would never won an election.

Why Do Nigerians 'Quarell' With Honesty?

It is unfortunate that most commentators here would engage in adhominem by leaving issues to attend to personalities.

We need to ask how many political office holders tell the truth? I wonder why all of us are simply concerned with English language as a means to 'eternity'.

It is unfortunate those that could not see any sense in the expose of this interview somehow lack common sense themselve and cannot possibly relate to events in the Nigerian state since independence.

We need people like Hon. Obaigb.. to speak to our conscience from time to time. Hopefully, things will then start to change for the better.

I think we need to concentrate more on the subastance of his argument and not the vocabularies.

Thank you.

He's a clown looking for attention

He knows what he is doing. He's branding himself. He's a good attention seeker. He being streetwise. A typical naija man.

How many of the people who

How many of the people who sent him to the National Assembly can comprehend his language?

Ramble rousa

Let me ask.....Did this guy campaign for election ? if he did, was it base on this convoluted display of ignorance ? OK lets ask some basic....he is a rep. member of which constituency ? what is the make up of that constituency or their educational level. This is a clear case that when elections are rigged, all kinds of things will be trown at you; mad men or lunatics, pen pushers. Joke aside, this guy can not win a ward election anywhere in the world. l can bet that if not for rigging, he probaly will be plying his trade in a pool house when playing the game of drapht with his mates. Man man dey speak, you say he makes sense...u too na mad person

Naijarismenglish

This honourable politician is saying the way it is in Nigeria-ineptleaderism, Bastardizepolitical powerism.treasurylooterpowerism, slavishcitzendocilepouplationism, kidnappersfor ransomism, Nigerdeltafreedomlooterism, 419ersgovernancerism, religiousfanatismjosmayhemerism,capitalfightbankMDslooterism, etc! etc!!

Health Care, Good Roads, Good Drinking Water, Job Creation ....

Here are some new words for ya loud mouth. Health Care, Good Roads, Good Drinking Water, Job Creation and Security.

This is a good example of what is wrong with Nigeria. Who is the supposedly audience which this brainless mouth is addressing?

Has this loud mouth ever listen to President Obama which everyone agreed has a good command of english language speak. Better yet Tony Bliar.

He reminds me of a false prophet at Mushin speaking in tongue. He speaks in tongue because he is about to run off with people money.

This loud mouth will only lead Edo State in one direction, straight to the gutter.

Select Hon Patrick facts when he speaks and ignor his tenses

You guys should please leave this man alone. Tell me, who does not want to laugh off stress in this present economic downturn? Come to think of it, Hon Patrick spoke sense in his analysis of the issues in Nigeria. Whether his tenses are correct or not is another matter, but if half of our Nigerian law makers should speak out the truth the way he did, Nigeria will have no economic and political problems.

No one in any other part of

No one in any other part of the world needs any further introduction of a Nigerian anywhere!Raise an issue,then you see him(naijaman)argue out of points & out-rightly show his innate jealousy & foolishness!
He readily lodge complaints,stairs up unnecessary arguments & condemns things/views his "thinking-faculty" can digests or accommodates!(meanings are not in words though,but in people)but we need to humbly learn,ask questions,if possible go into research to be on the same plane as other learned minds.We are just too pompous to learn or appreciate anything that "seems" too much for our comprehension.
I advise Obahiagbon's 25yrs-neighbour,The waec boy & others to often educate thier minds.U don't need to be a Lawyer or a political-Scientist 2 understand the whole context.check the latest(July 2010) edition of Oxford Dictionary with over 2000 new words & phrases?Frenemy,Vuvuzela etc earned their positions there.South-Africans were happy that the world eventually reckons with vuvuzela even though they failed to brace through the world cup!The word NAIJA was discussed here in the UK recently with different meanings from Nigerians and the only thing small-minds can do is to condemned Patrick.Well,same was said of Jesus Christ of Nazareth,Rev.Okotie & Prof.Soyinka floored everyone when he became the first African 2 win Nobel prize in litt.(i am doubly-sure,he must have been condemned several times b4 the prize).someday,i hope to see OWAMBE,PARAPO,et.al in dictionary.Let's bottled our beefs & concentrate on things that will better our lots!(Nani nani nani,ohun a ni la n nani!).obatokpee e!
God bless Nigeria

"naijiria" factor again!!!

No one in any other part of the world needs any further introduction of a Nigerian anywhere!Raise an issue,then you see him(naijaman)argue out of points & out-rightly show his innate jealousy & foolishness!
He readily lodge complaints,stairs up unnecessary arguments & condemns things/views his "thinking-faculty" can digests or accommodates!(meanings are not in words though,but in people)but we need to humbly learn,ask questions,if possible go into research to be on the same plane as other learned minds.We are just too pompous to learn or appreciate anything that "seems" too much for our comprehension.
I advise Obahiagbon's 25yrs-neighbour,The waec boy & others to often educate thier minds.U don't need to be a Lawyer or a political-Scientist 2 understand the whole context.check the latest(July 2010) edition of Oxford Dictionary with over 2000 new words & phrases?Frenemy,Vuvuzela etc earned their positions there.South-Africans were happy that the world eventually reckons with vuvuzela even though they failed to brace through the world cup!The word NAIJA was discussed here in the UK recently with different meanings from Nigerians and the only thing small-minds can do is to condemned Patrick.Well,same was said of Jesus Christ of Nazareth,Rev.Okotie & Prof.Soyinka floored everyone when he became the first African 2 win Nobel prize in litt.(i am doubly-sure,he must have been condemned several times b4 the prize).someday,i hope to see OWAMBE,PARAPO,et.al in dictionary.Let's bottled our beefs & concentrate on things that will better our lots!(Nani nani nani,ohun a ni la n nani!).obatokpee e!
God bless Nigeria

Lqughs! Laughs!! Laugh!!!

I can not help but laugh at the comedian but He makes sense in his zoning arguement.

Communication

This guy is a clear reflection of the image or make up the nigerian national representative. pple with wapse intelligence, agbero's, political liabilities or better still horse race contractors. You hear him, making noise every time you switch on AIT, and the network use him as an advertising line. Let him switch on the BBC Paliament and listen to to MP's debate on air. They are the custodian of the language he so carelessly abuse and on top of that their 1st priority when the speak is COMMUNICATION, not sounding out ! when you use english, you primary purpose is to convey meaning and you confirm that through feedback. Not this lagos motor park style, of making noise to create confusion, just so that the unenlighten or the uneducated from the north will praise him just to avoid him. Infact for sahara reproters to interview him, they might as well go under a lagos bridge and interview a mad man.Agbon tolomi ninu kinpariwo !

Go AHEAD HON

I dont have a problem with this guy whatsoever. at least he adds a bit of fun in the whole national assembly thing. everyday, he speaks on different issues during debates at the national assembly, yet some of you haters here have representatives that have never for one day even mentioned their name in the hallowed chambers talkless about debating. we dont even know whether most of them are even in Abuja at the time of the debate. I suggest every one focus on their own rep and leave this guy alone

I have checked on all the

I have checked on all the strange words that this man used in the interview and I discovered that they are all in Oxford English dictionary. So what is the bulimarexia about. He is a man who enjoys using big word to describe things and behaviours. He needs to be respected as one of the few that has skeletonarial in his cupboard. Fire on my good friend, set the house of assembly on fire.

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