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On the third day, Richard came back to him and asked if he had made up his mind to join them and Osadebamen, who was almost dying of hunger, said yes. At once, Richard called Don Papa on phone and in a short time, the whole company assembled except Aigbedion. Osadebamen was untied and formally inducted into their fold after undergoing some rituals which include oath taking and blood donation. He was given a new name which was known as "Dollar Boy”. They bought him a new house and furnished it for him .He was also given a brand new car and one hundred thousand dollars to start up a new life.
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