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Samuel Eto'o Accepted into Harvard University

Samuel Eto'o has been accepted into Harvard University to do business management and he wants to use this knowledge in order to give back to Africa.

Samuel Eto'o Accepted into Harvard University

Samuel Eto'o wants to his his business skills for the betterment of his surroundings, in order to give back to Africa.

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