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Ęni Sàngó bá ti ojú ę jà, kò níí báwǫn bú Ǫba Kòso – He who witnesses the wrath of Sàngó on an offender, would not dare to take Sàngó for granted. The proverbial expression incites the critical mind to remain ever in search of the validity of claims, to attain a supposed reliable ground of justification for dismissing doubts about occurrence of events or happenings. Little wonder that the Yoruba people aptly compares such condition of claim to knowledge with a witness' testimony of the terribledoi:10.5281/zenodo.4785394 fatcat:epgaxzixwjblzf7q5k75oa75ja