Brighter grammar author Phoebean Ajibola Ogundipe dies At 92
By Guardian Exclusive
31 March 2020 | 7:49 pm
Prolific writer and Co-author of popular English handbook, Brighter Grammar, Phoebean Ajibola Ogundipe have died at 92. The author passed away on 27 March 2020 in Charlotte, North Carolina, in the United States.
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