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Based in Cape Town, South Africa
From Lagos, Nigeria
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(since Oct. 21th 2012)
there are all sorts of stories concerning who these women were, where they came from and whatever their purpose for being a part of the compound were.
what we do know is that Nigerians love to talk, so I’m never quite sure what to believe especially seeing as there seems to be no thoroughly investigated and well compiled information source that details the lives of these women before, during and after they became a part of the K Republic/compound.
I’ll be back in Lagos in a few months and I’m destined to do a little hunting when I get back home so god willing something concrete will materialize.
My dad visited the compound occasionally when he was a younger and has said similar things too but I don’t know for if that’s firsthand knowledge or grapevine talk.
I’ll let you know sha!
And if anyone has sources or receipts, abeg, share them with us.