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Unraveling the Yoruba Proverb: "The Person Who Harms Others, When They Have Been, Is Unable to Settle a Dispute"

In the intricate tapestry of Yoruba wisdom, proverbs serve as poignant reflections of societal values, moral principles, and timeless truths. Among these pearls of wisdom is the proverb, "The person who harms others, when they have been, is unable to settle a dispute." This proverb encapsulates profound insights into human behavior, justice, and the resolution of conflicts within the Yoruba cultural context.

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