Student and teacher reunite decades after meeting in Nigeria By Karen Garloch

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Rosalia Durante, 98, and Dr. Yele Aluko, her former student, reunited in recent years. She was his sixth grade teacher in Lagos in 1963. Decades later, back in Charlotte, she recognized his name in the newspaper and brought him mementos of her time in Nigeria.

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