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Ophrah

(ŏf`rə). Benjamite town, central ancient Palestine, the modern et-Taiyiba, West Bank, NE of Bethel. It is mentioned in the Bible.
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In the concluding chapter ten, Okoye dwells on living legends like Richard Branson, co-founder of Virgin, a British Multinational Capital conglomerates; Ophrah Winfrey, a media executive and television producer; 34-year-old Mark Zukerberg, American technology entrepreneur and the co-founder and CEO of Facebook; and Bill Gates the founder of Microsoft, all of whom the author acknowledges, applied similar principles of success enumerated in this book to become legends and a blessing to humanity in their chosen fields.
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