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God couldn't be everywhere, so he created mothers

God couldn't be everywhere, so he created mothers. Mother carry me; I will carry you as well in the future. Mothers and Children African Proverbs We Love If the herders are lost the sheep will get lost. - African Proverb A small hole not mended in time will become a big hole much more difficult to mend. - African Proverb   Work the clay while it is still wet. - African Proverb Love has twenty pairs of eyes. - African Proverb   Trust is built and maintained by many small actions over time. - African Proverb   Love, like rain, does not choose the grass on which it falls. - African Proverb   A child can ask questions that a wise man cannot answer. - African Proverb   Honor a child and he will honor you. - African Proverb Mother African Proverbs and Sayings We Love A child may have too much of its mother's blessing. Wars detested by mothers. Children suck the mother when they are young, and the father when they are old. Our mothers give to our spirit heat

What Is the Wettest Country in Africa

Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Equatorial Guinea are the three wettest countries in Africa with the highest annual rainfall. Sierra Leone , Liberia, and Equatorial Guinea are the wettest countries in Africa according to The World Bank weather, water, and climate statistics. Africa has the world’s least developed weather, water, and climate observation network, with half of its surface weather stations not reporting accurate data. All crops need water to grow and produce yields. The most important source of water for crop growth in Africa is rainfall. Too much water means a waste of water which is so precious in dry countries. It can also lead to a rise of the groundwater table and an undesirable saturation of the root zone. Too little water during the growing season causes the plants to wilt. Long periods during which the water supply is insufficient, resulting in loss of yield or even crop failure.   The climate determines the amount, intensity and distribution of rainfall which have a

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