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On Sunday, an article which discusses depression by award-winning Nigerian writer, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie went viral after being posted first on The Guardian UK. Hours later, the article was taken down after several online platforms had already reproduced the insightful post. Guardian cited technical errors as their reason for publishing the article and tendered an apology to the author.
The writer’s management has now revealed what appears to be the real reason why The Guardian took down the publication via a statement which revealed that Chimamanda Adichie had previously rejected an earlier offer from the media outfit for the publication of the article.
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