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The Reason why Anago James Akeem Osho titled his book ''Leke Leke''


LEKE LEKE Is a Yoruba word for Cattle Egret
Anago's book is divided into four parts: Folk Stories, Poems, Maxims and Adventure pictures.

Anago James Akeem Osho titled his book Leke Leke because of a folk story in the book by that title which teaches that there is a difference between wisdom and understanding. It is possible for a wise man to be poor but a wise person that has understanding can never be poor. 

Understanding is the instrument that is applied to make wealth out of wisdom or one's potential.

 LEKE LEKE Is a Yoruba word for Cattle Egret. The bird, Leke Leke (Cow Egret) is popular in West Africa.
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