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A rat-trap catches both the guilty and the innocent | AFIAPodcast

You’ve probably heard the saying “a rat-trap catches both the guilty and the innocent.” But what does it mean? In this episode, I’m going to explain the meaning of this African proverb and how it applies to your life.

Hey, my name is Simon Javan Okelo and I’m really excited to share with you this African proverb that has a lot of wisdom packed into it. This proverb is called “a rat-trap catches both the guilty and the innocent” and I’m going to explain what it means in detail so that you can apply it to your life. Stay tuned.

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“A rat-trap catches both the guilty and the innocent” is a Kenyan proverb.

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