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          Inside the Lebanese campaign to stop a World Bank-funded dam project      Comment   Translate Page      
The dam poses numerous threats and protesters won't be silenced Armed forces enter the Bisri valley to counter protesters on March 24, 2019. Photo by “Save the Bisri Valley”. Used with permission. A group of activists and protestors calling themselves the Save the Bisri Valley campaign have been organizing and standing against the construction of … Continua la lettura di Inside the Lebanese campaign to stop a World Bank-funded dam project
           Comment on Cameroonian Statement: Atiku Replies APC by Tochukwu Ikwuka      Comment   Translate Page      
If truly APC made such ridiculous allegations against Atiku it's means that they are not serious and that they take Nigerians for granted,
           Comment on Cameroonian Statement: Atiku Replies APC by Sunshinenation Sunshine      Comment   Translate Page      
For this Election to be conclusive let Buhari and Atiku fight Man to Man for Final results
          GEOCHEMISTRY OF SEEP AND PRODUCED OIL SAMPLES FROM SOUTHERN       Comment   Translate Page      
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          Do Not Reignite Nigeria-Cameroon Frosty historical Issues, Shehu Sani Tells APC      Comment   Translate Page      

Senator Shehu Sani has cautioned the APC over its recent motion filed at the Presidential Election Tribunal in which the ruling party claimed that Atiku Abubakar is a Cameroonian.  The lawmaker noted in a tweet on Saturday that such a motion can reignite sour relationships between Nigeria and Cameroun. He said, “Be cautious in your politics not

          Nigeria: Atiku Responds to Ruling Party's Claim He's Cameroonian      Comment   Translate Page      
[Daily Trust] The presidential candidate of the Peoples Demcratic Party, PDP, for the February 23 poll, Atiku Abubakar has said, by claiming that Atiku is a Cameroonian, can't challenge Buhari's victory, APC tells Tribunal the All Progressives Party, APC, was attempting an unconstitutional redefinition of the term 'Nigerian.'
          President Buhari gives fresh hope on Chibok girls and Leah Sharibu’s return      Comment   Translate Page      

President Muhammadu Buhari has assured parents of the school girls, who were kidnapped from Government Secondary School in Chibok, Borno state, that his administration is intensifying efforts to secure their release five years after.

April 14, 2019 will mark the fifth year, after over a 100 girls were taken away by suspected Boko Haram insurgents.

In a statement signed by Buhari’s Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, the president revealed that “interlocutors have reported encouraging progress so far”.

FULL STATEMENT:


President Muhammadu Buhari would like to remind the parents of the school girls of Government Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State that he has still not forgotten their daughters who were kidnapped from their dormitory five years ago (April 14, 2014).

He promised the parents when he met them, at the beginning of his first term as president, that he would bring their daughters home.

He is aware that this promise he made is the main reason the people of Chibok voted overwhelmingly for him in the February elections, and although his government has so far succeeded in bringing back 107 of the girls, the President will not rest until the remaining are reunited with their families.

President Buhari assures the parents that his administration is still on the matter.

Diverse efforts are being intensified to secure the release of the Chibok Girls, along with all hostages in Boko Haram captivity, including Leah Sharibu who was kidnapped from her school, Science Secondary School, Dapchi, Yobe State, on February 19, 2018.
  
On Leah Sharibu’s abduction, the interlocutors have reported encouraging progress so far.

The report reaching us says her return to her family has unfortunately been hindered by the fear of the militants.

They worry that heavy military presence in areas where they previously moved about freely could affect their safety after they return her to the government.

At the same time, the military cannot jeopardise the security of the entire north-eastern region by halting their operations to accommodate Boko Haram’s fears.

Leah Sharibu will be reunited with her family as soon as any conclusions are reached on a number of options being considered for her safe transportation.

The success of the Nigerian military in subduing Boko Haram is evidenced by the large numbers of militants who have surrendered recently, especially in neighbouring Cameroon and Niger.

A similar mass surrender of militants is expected to happen soon in Nigeria.

While Nigerian military operations are ongoing, the government is also engaging with the militants but the talks have been affected by the factionalisation of Boko Haram – with one group adopting a hard line attitude and intensifying attacks on Nigeria, Cameroon and Chad, and another group engaging with the government for peaceful resolution.

President Buhari also uses this opportunity of the commemoration of the Chibok tragedy to commend the girls, now women, who have triumphed over it all.

He sends special greetings to the 106 girls sponsored by the Nigerian government to continue their studies at the American University of Nigeria, Yola.

He encourages them to stay focused on becoming women who will inspire girls in Nigeria and around the world to triumph over the daily battles they face in a world that is often unfair to the girl-child.

President Buhari also extends his best wishes to Chibok girls in other schools in Nigeria and around the world.

He sends special congratulations to Kauna Yaga Bitrus, who has excelled beyond expectations in her college in Maine, USA, and who is soon to receive a special ‘Against All Odds Award’ from her school.



          US warns citizens to ‘reconsider travelling to Nigeria’      Comment   Translate Page      

The US department of state has cautioned its citizens to “reconsider travel to Nigeria because violent crime, such as armed robbery, assault, carjacking, terrorism, civil unrest, kidnapping, rape and piracy, is common throughout the country.”

In a travel advisory recently released on its website, which contains information on the safety and security of US travellers, Nigeria was listed among 35 countries with a “K” indicator that indicates where its citizens could be at risk of getting kidnapped or taken hostage.

“The new “K” indicator is part of our ongoing commitment to provide clear and comprehensive travel safety information to U.S. citizens so they can make informed travel decisions,” the department said.



“The Travel Advisories for 35 countries have been updated to include a “K” indicator for the risk of kidnapping and/or hostage taking: Afghanistan, Algeria, Angola, Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Colombia, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, Haiti, Iran, Iraq, Kenya, Lebanon, Libya, Malaysia, Mali, Mexico, Niger, Nigeria, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Russian Federation, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Syria, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, Uganda, Ukraine (in Russian-controlled eastern Ukraine), Venezuela, and Yemen.”

While Nigeria was placed on level 3, the US department of state issued a level 4 travel alert for Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states.

“The security situation in northeast Nigeria is fluid and unpredictable, particularly in Borno and Yobe States and northern Adamawa State,” the department said.

“Terrorist groups based in the Northeast target churches, schools, mosques, government installations, educational institutions, and entertainment venues. Approximately two million of Nigerians have been displaced as a result of the violence in northeast Nigeria.”

The 35 countries were placed in four levels of travel with respect to their safety and security risk.
          2019 AFCON: Fans counsel Eagles against complacency with `favourable’ group      Comment   Translate Page      

Football fans on Saturday have counsel the Super Eagles against complacency with the group pairings they got at the draw of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON).


Some of them who spoke to the newsmen in Ilorin said they should not underrate the teams because there are no longer minors in football.


The Super Eagles of Nigeria have been paired in Group B with Guinea, Madagascar and Burundi for the 2019 AFCON scheduled to hold from June 21 to July 19 in Egypt.


Mr Tope Aderinoye said the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) should ensure they start preparation immediately and not think that the group stage would be easy.



”It might not be easy as everybody thinks, so it is better the NFF engage them now, so that by the time the tournament starts, they would have crossed the ‘t’ and dotted the ‘i’s.


”This is because we cannot afford not to come out of that group convincingly,” Aderinoye said.



Another respondent, Mr Ibrahim Abdulrahman said the players and the coaching crew should clear the thoughts that the other teams in the group are minors.


”They should be prepared to play them as if they are playing the like of Cameroon, South Africa and Senegal.


”These so called small teams can spring up surprises when nobody expects, because there are no more minors in football,” Abdulrahman said.


On his part, Mr Shona Ajala, said the pairing looks like a walk in the park but the Eagles should not take it for granted.


”Our group seems the easiest but we shouldn’t be complacent about that.


”Super Eagles have grown beyond qualification by calculations because it is when we have supposedly easy opponents that we struggle to qualify.


”So, that should take caution from now on,” Ajala said.




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          Atiku is a Cameroonian, His Votes Invalid, APC Tells Election Tribunal      Comment   Translate Page      

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has told the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal in Abuja that former vice president Atiku Abubakar cum the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the February 23 presidential election is not a Nigerian. The allegation was made about three weeks after the former vice president got the nod of […]

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Adeniyi Akinnuwa
Nelson Adesina Tosin and Olajumoke Mayaki 
Alain Blaise Atah Tcheguie
Mbah Eugene Awah
Chukwunagorom Richard Chijioke
Dereak Graf Mela
Ilori Evans Johnson
Otuvie Otuojano Patrick 
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Richard Addo (2010 president of The National Union of Ghanaian Students in Russia - NUGS-Russia) and Stanley Uzeh 
Mbega Steven Etienne, sentenced to 5 years in prison in Russia
Adeniyi Akinnuwa
Nelson Adesina Tosin and Olajumoke Mayaki 
Alain Blaise Atah Tcheguie
Mbah Eugene Awah
Chukwunagorom Richard Chijioke
Dereak Graf Mela
Ilori Evans Johnson
Otuvie Otuojano Patrick 
Momoh Jeffery Fidelis 
Adebola Olayeye 
Kingston Young/Obi 
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Richard Addo (2010 president of The National Union of Ghanaian Students in Russia - NUGS-Russia) and Stanley Uzeh 
Mbega Steven Etienne, sentenced to 5 years in prison in Russia
Adeniyi Akinnuwa
Nelson Adesina Tosin and Olajumoke Mayaki 
Alain Blaise Atah Tcheguie
Mbah Eugene Awah
Chukwunagorom Richard Chijioke
Dereak Graf Mela
Ilori Evans Johnson
Otuvie Otuojano Patrick 
Momoh Jeffery Fidelis 
Adebola Olayeye 
Kingston Young/Obi 
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Richard Addo (2010 president of The National Union of Ghanaian Students in Russia - NUGS-Russia) and Stanley Uzeh 
Mbega Steven Etienne, sentenced to 5 years in prison in Russia
Adeniyi Akinnuwa
Nelson Adesina Tosin and Olajumoke Mayaki 
Alain Blaise Atah Tcheguie
Mbah Eugene Awah
Chukwunagorom Richard Chijioke
Dereak Graf Mela
Ilori Evans Johnson
Otuvie Otuojano Patrick 
Momoh Jeffery Fidelis 
Adebola Olayeye 
Kingston Young/Obi 
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          This week pray for THE EXTENSION CENTER IN CAMEROON      Comment   Translate Page      
“People are looking to the Church for direction—and the Church must be wise,” says an alumnus in the English-speaking southwest, where political conflict has brought fear and division. The Full Gospel Mission and AG-Cameroon have lost some church buildings, but its members continue to preach the message of God’s everlasting kingdom! In the far north, Islam dominates, but a Bible school is training more workers for the churches there. More than 160 alumni serve as leaders, pastors, teachers, missionaries, etc.

Please pray
    • that pastors and believers, in the power of the Holy Spirit, would stand against the spirits behind the political conflict (which involves much witchcraft), Islam, and false “Christian” teachings.
    • that those called by God would seek solid Pentecostal training as opposed to shorter programs that teach questionable doctrine.
    • for more library resources and for funds for students’ travel. The center now receives some funding from the national church.

          AFCON U17 Finals: Uganda ready for opener against Angola      Comment   Translate Page      

CAF U17 AFCON – Dar es Salaam, Tanzania (14th-28th April 2019) Angola vs Uganda (Sunday 14th April 2019) Uganda vs Tanzania (Wednesday 17th April 2019) Nigeria vs Uganda (Saturday 20th April 2019) Group A: Tanzania, Angola, Nigeria, and Uganda Group B: Guinea, Cameroon, Senegal, and Morocco  Uganda U17 National team (Cubs) conducted the final  training under floodlights ahead of their...

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          Atiku is not a Nigerian, he is a Cameroonian- APC      Comment   Translate Page      

The All Progressive Congress (APC) has filed a motion at the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal in Abuja that the candidate of the People’s Democratic Party in the poll, Atiku Abubakar, is not a Nigerian and [...]

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           Comment on Free Unlocking of MTN Cameroon Huawei E5573S-856 (Firmware 21.315.15.00.225) by Kamlesh Kumar       Comment   Translate Page      
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          African Athletes      Comment   Translate Page      
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Any hot African athletes interested in exchanging emails.

I am a Coach in the United States
sometimes visit South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Cameroon, Senegal and Mozambique looking for athletes

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I am white (Italian Heritage)
45 years old
5'9
200 pounds
educated and professional

my facebook is house4azia
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          Re: 'Paradise Discovered, At Last'      Comment   Translate Page      
I dont know about you but God has been kind and I discovered mine couple of days ago..... I heard from my Rohit last week and we got together the day before....As a matter of fact he,s lying in bed totally pooped out from our encounter after lunch today and we,ve been at it all afternoon...now thats what I call PARADISE. We lost touch with each other soon after school and then bumped into each other in HongKong much later on Nathan Road ,,while I was on a shopping spree with my wife and he with his. In short ,, we exchanged pleasantries and also our business cards. Some days later I had a call from him asking me if we could get together. It was as if I had found KOHINOOR DIAMOND.... I was perplexed and didnt know if it was all a dream or real. To cut a long story short we did meet up in Delhi and got together in Meridian hotel where we stayed for three whole days ...totally freaked out on each other till none of us had even a drop of cum left. We had such wild lovemaking that would put the best of North Africans or Blacks Or whatever to shame. Although both of us were worried about our marital status and although we had initial inhibitions whether it was right or whatever yet we just freaked out and believe u me it was the best time of my life..and his , too ..or so he told me and I could make out he was not shamming. God has his own ways and I discovered this....it was a very pleasant surprise to be together with the guy of my dreams... Now for the extraordinary bit.....For the first time ever after being forewarned about the rigours of AIDS....We both drank each other's cum many times as if we couldnt do without it.....Mind you..No tests no nothing...it was plain simple love.....We both trusted and just gave into each other. Please dont forget that we both are married people and such things are unheard of in India. I have no idea if I,m ill and I,m sure he is no different. But we both made love in good faith..like old times and I have no regrets whatsoever. Our next encounter is scheduled for Dusseldorf in Germany where I,ve invited him to be my guest for 2 weeks and thereafter , if all goes well, I,ll visit him in Paris where he is working as a Marketing manager and living alone. I want everyone to know that I,ve been with some of the best guys from the world over without having to pay a penny ,save for times when I,ve spent on maybe a meal. I,ve never EVER paid a dime for sex and I,ve had the best of guys of all shapes, sizes and colour from all over....and I,ve NEVER EVER been blackmailed by anyone including the dozen odd Nigerians or the dozen odd Ghanaians or cameroonians or kenyans that I went around with.....mind you ....Not ONE. God be with you all. Cheers.
          Re: White top seeks black guys      Comment   Translate Page      
hi hope u are well there
can we dial ? i'm from cameroon
kiss
          African Athletes      Comment   Translate Page      
Septmeber 2016 515.JPG
Any hot African athletes interested in exchanging emails.

I am a Coach in the United States
sometimes visit South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Cameroon, Senegal and Mozambique looking for athletes

I am on the DOWN LOW (CLOSETED) so I am not out, but some of my players may know because of common interest

I am white (Italian Heritage)
45 years old
5'9
200 pounds
educated and professional

my facebook is house4azia
          for white bottom      Comment   Translate Page      
i m a hot black from cameroon seeking here a ice white for a longterm relationship
          Re: LOOKING FOR BLACK TOP MEN      Comment   Translate Page      
hi there call me philippe
am from cameroon in africa
i want to correspond with u
kiss
wtbe19@ymail.com
          Re: Any stories of sex in CAMEROON ?      Comment   Translate Page      
you got some to share? i had love to hear them. Any tips abt meetingg guys in camer?
          Re: 'Paradise Discovered, At Last'      Comment   Translate Page      
I dont know about you but God has been kind and I discovered mine couple of days ago..... I heard from my Rohit last week and we got together the day before....As a matter of fact he,s lying in bed totally pooped out from our encounter after lunch today and we,ve been at it all afternoon...now thats what I call PARADISE. We lost touch with each other soon after school and then bumped into each other in HongKong much later on Nathan Road ,,while I was on a shopping spree with my wife and he with his. In short ,, we exchanged pleasantries and also our business cards. Some days later I had a call from him asking me if we could get together. It was as if I had found KOHINOOR DIAMOND.... I was perplexed and didnt know if it was all a dream or real. To cut a long story short we did meet up in Delhi and got together in Meridian hotel where we stayed for three whole days ...totally freaked out on each other till none of us had even a drop of cum left. We had such wild lovemaking that would put the best of North Africans or Blacks Or whatever to shame. Although both of us were worried about our marital status and although we had initial inhibitions whether it was right or whatever yet we just freaked out and believe u me it was the best time of my life..and his , too ..or so he told me and I could make out he was not shamming. God has his own ways and I discovered this....it was a very pleasant surprise to be together with the guy of my dreams... Now for the extraordinary bit.....For the first time ever after being forewarned about the rigours of AIDS....We both drank each other's cum many times as if we couldnt do without it.....Mind you..No tests no nothing...it was plain simple love.....We both trusted and just gave into each other. Please dont forget that we both are married people and such things are unheard of in India. I have no idea if I,m ill and I,m sure he is no different. But we both made love in good faith..like old times and I have no regrets whatsoever. Our next encounter is scheduled for Dusseldorf in Germany where I,ve invited him to be my guest for 2 weeks and thereafter , if all goes well, I,ll visit him in Paris where he is working as a Marketing manager and living alone. I want everyone to know that I,ve been with some of the best guys from the world over without having to pay a penny ,save for times when I,ve spent on maybe a meal. I,ve never EVER paid a dime for sex and I,ve had the best of guys of all shapes, sizes and colour from all over....and I,ve NEVER EVER been blackmailed by anyone including the dozen odd Nigerians or the dozen odd Ghanaians or cameroonians or kenyans that I went around with.....mind you ....Not ONE. God be with you all. Cheers.
           Comment on Atiku citizenship: Buhari’s father was from Niger Republic – Fani-Kayode by AIG       Comment   Translate Page      
MR FFK u suppose to back your claim with fact. The APC said Atiku was born in Jada in 1946, but as at then, Jada ( presently in Adamawa state) was in Cameroon before it was moved to Nigeria. That's a fact. But your own claim that PMB father is from Niger Republic is not enough reason. Even if he came from Niger and marry in Nigeria give birth to PMB, he's still a Nigerian by birth.
          Atiku And The Cameroon Journey By Yusuf Shehu      Comment   Translate Page      
A lot has been said in recent times as regards Atiku Abubakar, the presidential candidate of the People’s Democratic Party in the just concluded presidential elections. From what we know, he is supposedly from Jada [...]
          GEOCHEMISTRY OF SEEP AND PRODUCED OIL SAMPLES FROM SOUTHERN       Comment   Translate Page      
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GEOCHEMISTRY OF SEEP AND PRODUCED OIL SAMPLES FROM SOUTHERN Journal of Petroleum Geology: GEOCHEMISTRY OF SEEP AND PRODUCED OIL SAMPLES FROM SOUTHERN CAMEROON Journal of Petroleum Geology, Volume 42, Issue 2, Page 193-206, April 2019. Go to Article more ... Statistics : 1 Post || 5 Views Post by ArticlePoster
          'murica...      Comment   Translate Page      
Jenny Beth Martin, co-founder and national coordinator of Tea Party Patriots, told Breitbart News that the rallies were inspired by President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address, where he pledged, “America will never be a socialist country … ever.”

“That inspired us to do this,” Martin said.

But, Martin said, the event is about more than opposing the left’s agenda.

“The people taking part in the rallies are not just standing against socialism, but are also standing up for liberty and freedom,” 

More here.

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So many 'Patriots' are so utterly clueless about the topic upon which they bloviate.

'Patriots' do not accept welfare from The State.  

'Patriots' do not work in professions that impose violations of Rightful Liberty upon their countrymen.

And the absurdity of the Tea Party holding 'rallies' on 'Tax Day' to protest 'Socialism' and oppressive government is beyond my ability to properly articulate.  The stunning failure to understand the reality in front of them is mind-boggling.

Socialism is not the problem.  Communism is not the problem.  Anarchy is not the problem.  Fascism is not the problem.  Racism is not the problem.

The problem is now and has always been with the -ist, not the -ism.

Social-ists are the problem.  Commun-ists are the problem.  Anarch-ists are the problem.

Don't fight the -ism - that is folly.

Extirpate the -ists - reduce the gene pool of the garbage.

No man or woman has ever died from an -ism.

Death is always at the hands of the -ists...

Back to the dim-wits currently struggling with knotted panties over 'Socialism' - here's a list of all the countries in the world with LOWER personal income tax rates than 'murica.  

Country
Range %
39.6 : 35
47 : 38
47.5 : 38.52
38 : 38
44 : 38
37.5 : 35
37 : 37
36 : 0
36 : 20
56.1 : 36
35.88 : 30
35 : 25
35 : 28
35 : 30
35 : 35
35 : 35
35 : 35
35 : 35
35 : 35
35 : 35
35 : 35
37 : 35
40 : 30
40 : 35
40 : 35
40 : 35
50 : 35
34 : 34
35 : 33.5
33 : 29
33 : 33
33 : 33
38.5 : 33
39 : 33
32 : 32
35 : 32
45 : 32
30 : 25
30 : 30
30 : 30
30 : 30
30 : 30
30 : 30
30 : 30
30 : 30
30 : 30
35 : 25
35 : 30
35 : 30
35 : 30
28 : 25
27.5 : 27.5
27 : 27
25 : 20
25 : 25
25 : 25
25 : 25
25 : 25
30 : 25
33 : 25
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APC has filed a motion at the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal in Abuja that the candidate of PDP in the February 23, 2019 Presidential Election, Atiku Abubakar, is not a Nigerian and therefore not qualified to have stood for the election, Channels TV reports. The Party claimed that the former Vice President is a Cameroonian […]


          AFCON U17 Finals: FUFA President visits Cubs camp, Kwesi names Starting XI to face Angola      Comment   Translate Page      

CAF U17 AFCON – Dar es Salaam, Tanzania (14th-28th April 2019) Angola vs Uganda (Sunday 14th April 2019) – KO 7 PM Uganda vs Tanzania (Wednesday 17th April 2019) Nigeria vs Uganda (Saturday 20th April 2019) Group A: Tanzania, Angola, Nigeria, and Uganda Group B: Guinea, Cameroon, Senegal, and Morocco  Uganda U17 National team (Cubs) head coach Paa Samuel Kwesi...

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          Crise anglophone au Cameroun : Biya roulé dans la farine pas les élites Anglophones, ils sont tous exilés à Yaoundé et dit représenter le peuple qui ne se reconnaissent plus en eux. Chief Nfon Mukete reçoit les sécessionnistes à sa résidence (vidéo)      Comment   Translate Page      
Crise anglophone au Cameroun : Biya roulé dans la farine pas les élites Anglophones, ils sont
tous exilés à Yaoundé et dit représenter le peuple qui ne se reconnaissent plus en eux. Il s’agit de tous les ministres, DG, Députés, Sénateurs du Nord-Ouest et Sud-Ouest. Chief Mukete a percé l’abcès et les Ambazoniens acceptent de l’accueillir de nouveau au Village. Chief Nfon Mukete reçoit les sécessionnistes à sa résidence (vidéo)

Les autorités de Yaoundé bloquent toutes les initiatives de dialogue et continuent à les qualifier
de « terroristes ». Pendant ce temps, ils sont reçus à sa résidence en grande pompe par le doyen des sénateurs, Chief Nfon Mukete, chef suprême des Bafaw dans la Meme, région Sud-ouest.
Dernièrement en pleine session plénière d’adoption du projet de loi fixant le nombre de conseillers régionaux au Cameroun, Chief Nfon Mukete avait clairement exprimé son courroux contre Paul Biya pour sa gestion de la crise anglophone. « Je m’en fous. Allez le dire à n’importe qui. Allez dire à Paul [Biya]. Citez-moi n’importe où. Qu’est-ce que toutes ces absurdités ? Mon peuple meurt, il souffre et nous nous livrons à des jeux ici à Yaoundé. On devrait être prudent», s’était indigné le membre du comité central du RDPC.
Pour Lui, le système a échoué. Chief Nfon Mukete soutenait alors que la fédération est l’unique solution. « Dix états fédérés pour que chaque région puisse gérer ses affaires. Pourquoi les gens ont peur de la fédération ? Je ne parle pas comme cela parce que le pays devrait être divisé. Non ! Je me suis battu ardemment pour la réunification de l’ex Southern Cameroon et l’ex République du Cameroun. Et je ne pourrais jamais détruire cet acquis », avait-il déclaré.
Ce n’est pas la première fois que cet acteur majeur de la réunification dans les années 1960, considéré aujourd’hui comme l’un des gardiens de la mémoire du pays, se livre à un tel exposé. Un peu plus d’un an, Chief Nfon Mukete avait dans les colonnes de l’hebdomadaire panafricain Jeune Afrique déclaré que  l’extrême centralisation actuelle est une erreur pour le Cameroun. Bien plus, il avait estimé que si l’on s’était abstenu d’emprisonner des leaders modérés qui n’avaient en définitive que des revendications sociales. Si l’on s’était abstenu aussi de brider la parole des protagonistes des deux camps, celui des modérés comme celui des sécessionnistes, on n’en serait pas là aujourd'hui.





          Fifth anniversary of Chibok girls abduction: Buhari says hope not lost      Comment   Translate Page      

President Muhammadu Buhari says he has not forgotten girls of the Government Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State, who were kidnapped about five years ago.


Presidential spokesperson, Garba Shehu, in a statement, noted that Buhari promised parents of the girls when he met them at the beginning of his first term as president, that he would bring their daughters home.



Today is the fifth anniversary of the abduction, as the girls were taken away on April 14, 2014.


“He is aware that this promise he made is the main reason the people of Chibok voted overwhelmingly for him in the February elections, and although his government has so far succeeded in bringing back 107 of the girls, the president will not rest until the remaining are reunited with their families.


“President Buhari assures the parents that his administration is still on the matter,” he said.



He said diverse efforts are being intensified to secure the release of the Chibok girls, along with all hostages in Boko Haram captivity, including Leah Sharibu who was kidnapped from her school, Science Secondary School, Dapchi, Yobe State, on February 19, 2018.


On Leah Sharibu’s abduction, he said the interlocutors have reported encouraging progress so far.


“The report reaching us says her return to her family has unfortunately been hindered by the fear of the militants.


“They worry that heavy military presence in areas where they previously moved about freely could affect their safety after they return her to the government.


“At the same time, the military cannot jeopardise the security of the entire north-eastern region by halting their operations to accommodate Boko Haram’s fears.


“Leah Sharibu will be reunited with her family as soon as conclusions are reached on a number of options being considered for her safe transportation,” he said.


He said the success of the Nigerian military in subduing Boko Haram was evidenced by the large number of militants who surrendered recently, especially in neighbouring Cameroon and Niger.


He said a similar mass surrender of militants is expected to happen soon in Nigeria.


“While Nigerian military operations are on-going, the government is also engaging with the militants but the talks have been affected by the factionalisation of Boko Haram – with one group adopting a hard line attitude and intensifying attacks on Nigeria, Cameroon and Chad, and another group engaging with the government for peaceful resolution.


“President Buhari also uses this opportunity of the commemoration of the Chibok tragedy to commend the girls, now women, who have triumphed over it all.


“He sends special greetings to the 106 girls sponsored by the Nigerian government to continue their studies at the American University of Nigeria, Yola,” he said.


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          Buhari Is Not A Nigerian, His Father Is From Niger Republic - Fani-Kayode       Comment   Translate Page      
Buhari Is Not A Nigerian, His Father Is From Niger Republic - Fani-Kayode
Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode has attacked President Muhammadu Buhari, saying he is not a Nigerian as his father is from Niger Republic.
 
Fani-Kayode was reacting to the claim by the All Progressives Congress that the Peoples Democratic Party’s presidential candidate in the last election, Atiku Abubukar was from Cameroun.
 
The APC had told the Presidential Tribunal that Abubakar is not a Nigerian by birth and that he came from Cameroun.
 
According to the APC, by virtue of his not being a Nigerian by birth, Abubakar, was not qualified to have contested the last presidential election.
 
It contended that by Section 131(a) of the Constitution, a person must be a citizen of Nigeria by birth to be qualified to contest for the office of the President of the country.
 
The party said Abubakar was born on November 25, 1946 in Jada, now Adamawa State, then in Northern Cameroun, “and is therefore a citizen of Cameroon.”
 
Reacting, Fani-Kayode argued that Atiku is a bonafide Nigerian by birth contrary to claim by the APC-led government.
 
“When a non-Nigerian (Buhari) accuses a bona fide Nigerian of being a foreigner, you begin to appreciate why those that have insisted on calling Nigeria a zoo may have a point.

“It is only in Nigeria that a man whose father was from Niger Republic can accuse others of being foreigners,” Fani-Kayode said on his Facebook wall.

          Nation Signing In Comments From The Discussion Thread For "Ekuweme" Sung By Prospa Ochimana & Osinachi Nwachukwu       Comment   Translate Page      
Edited by Azizi Powell

This is Part II of a two part pancocojams series about the Nigerian (Igbo) praise & worship song "Ekwueme" as sung by Prospa Ochimana featuring Osinachi Nwachukwu.

Part II of this pancocojams series showcases the official YouTube video Part II also provides information about the custom that I call "nation signing in" to discussion threads of certain YouTube music videos. Examples of that custom from the discussion thread for the official video for "Ekwueme" are included in this post along with other comments. The roll call of nations that these commenters represent documents the global reach of contemporary African music.

Click https://pancocojams.blogspot.com/2019/04/prospa-ochimana-featuring-osinachi.html for Part I of this pancocojams series. Part I showcases the official video of "Ekwueme". The Igbo and English original lyrics for this song and those lyrics' English translations also included in this post.

The content of this post is presented for religious, cultural, and aesthetic purposes.

All copyrights remain with their owners.

Thanks to Prospa Ochimana and Osinachi Nwachukwu and all others who are associated with this song and its official video. Thanks to all those who are quoted in this post and thanks to the publisher of this video on YouTube.

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THE CUSTOM OF "NATION SIGNING IN" ON DISCUSSION THREADS FOR CERTAIN YOUTUBE MUSIC VIDEOS
"Nation signing in" (nsi) occurs when a person writes his or her nation's name, country code top-level domain [initials], country telephone code (iso) etc. in a discussion thread for a YouTube music video with or without any other text or emojis (small digital images or icons).

Commenters who sign in their nation's name (and/or other group identifiers) may also implicitly or explicitly expect or demand that other commenters from that nation or other affiliation follow his or her lead and also sign in and represent* that nation on that discussion thread. In addition, or separately, a commenter may ask or expect that people from other nations "rep" ("represent') their nation by writing a response to that comment. Much less often, instead of their nation, I've found comments from people representing their ethnic group (such as Luo), city/state* (such as Burbank, California), region (such as the Caribbean), or continent (such as "Europe").

I've noticed this custom in the discussion threads of a number of popular contemporary non-religious YouTube music videos from West Africa, South Africa, East Africa, and Central Africa. I'm currently testing my theory that this custom is also found in the discussion threads of popular contemporary religious YouTube videos from at least two of African regions (West Africa and South Africa). By contemporary, I mean within the last 10 years. By popular, I mean videos with viewer hits totally multiple millions.

In testing this theory, I'm somewhat randomly selecting a few YouTube contemporary religious music videos from South Africa and from Nigeria that have multiple million hits. After watching the videos, I'm "reading" (mostly scanning) the discussion threads of those videos to see if I find any nation signing comments. Based on my very limited informal research which is still ongoing, it appears to me that the custom of writing "nation signing in" may also be a common feature on large discussion threads of contemporary non-religious African (YouTube) music videos from West Africa, South Africa, East Africa, and Central Africa (as well as collaborations between singers from different regions of Africa and elsewhere.)

It also appears that nation signing in comments are also a common feature on large discussion threads for contemporary religious (YouTube) music videos in West Africa and South Africa (as well as combinations of those two regions' singers. This custom may also be found in other YouTube discussion threads of other African music from other regions and/or YouTube discussion threads for non-African music. Stay tuned. Next I'm going to check out contemporary Caribbean music to see if there are any nation signing in comments on any of those YouTube discussion threads.

It appears to me that one difference between religious and non-religious signing in comments on YouTube discussion threads for African music videos, is that some commenters include testimonies (religious statements about their experience/s with God and/or how this song blesses them) with their religious nsi comments.

Additional pancocojams posts that feature examples of nation signing in comments from Africa (non-religious examples from West Africa, South Africa, East Africa, and Central Africa and religious examples from West Africa and South Africa) will periodically be published in this blog as continuing pancocojams series. Examples of nation signing in comments from the discussion threads for non-religious contemporary African music videos can be accessed under the tag "nation signing in comments". Subsequent pancocojams posts about nation signing in comments from contemporary religious African music videos can be accessed under the tag "religious nation signing in comments."

Click https://pancocojams.blogspot.com/2019/04/examples-of-nation-signing-in-comments.html for more information about nation signing in comments. That post also includes examples of nsi comments from the 2018 Nigerian Afrobeats hit record "Soco" by Wizkid, featuring Ceeza Milli, Spotless & Terri.

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SHOWCASE VIDEO: Prospa Ochimana - Ekwueme feat. Osinachi Nwachukwu (Live Ministration)



Prospa Ochimana, Published on Sep 10, 2017

..."The Song Title “EKWUEME” Meaning (A God who says it and does it) sang in English and Igbo (Eastern Nigerian language).

...We can’t wait to hear you share your testimonies like others around the world. Be Blessed."...

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SELECTED COMMENTS FROM THIS EMBEDDED VIDEO'S DISCUSSION THREAD
This compilation presents "nation signing" comments and some other comments from the discussion thread for the official video of "Ekwueme" by Prospa Ochimana featuring Osinachi Nwachukwu. Numbers are added for referencing purposes only.

As documented by this compilation, a lot of the comments about this Nigerian religious song are from East Africans, and particularly Kenyans.

Disclaimer: This compilation isn't all of the "nation signing comments" that I read in this discussion thread. I didn't read all of the comments in that discussion thread, but I did read A LOT of them. I believe that these selected comments are representative of this type of comments in that entire discussion thread.

1. Ama Adu, 2017
"Who else cries like a baby when hear this music....OMG .,,I get goosebumps all over ...and feel arrested when I hear this song...it’s difficult to resist tears when listening to it....am not a Nigerian though 🙏🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻"

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2. Stephanie Okechukwu, 2017
"Ama Adu I’m Nigeria. I heard this song I was like a statue, I couldn’t move or talk but tears was running down my face. I cried like a baby. God bless them
Stay blessed"

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3. Bello Bello, 2017
"Ama Adu yea me too sis I tot it was only me dat experience it"

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4. PETER LUCKY, 2017
"Ama Ghana ✌️✌️"

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5. Xolisile Ngwane, 2017
"Found this song this morning on @sonniebadu's insta post!!!!! Was not well and my spirit found comfort as well as healing. Bless you . Much love from South Africa"

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6. Barbara Nambi, 2017
"Im Ugandan but i constantly listen to this Song. t touches my soul"

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7. AJ Sam, 2017
"I'm a Born Jamaican living in the U.S I was at work one day and I type in African gospel song and i heard some wonderful worship songs start playing but when i heard this one song start playing i could not stop listening to it... I played it over and over and over at work and at home , even my co-workers who is not yet save asking me to play it again .the singers are so anointed by God, that even though i don't speak the language the holy spirit Who understand the languages of the world , cause my spirit to be pulled in by this song and i love it . Bless up my brother."

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8. Lukengu Bona, 2018
"The same here born DRC lives in SA came accross the song and can't help playing it over and over and still feel the same anointing each of time. God bless you
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“DRC”= Democratic Republic of the Congo

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9. ifeanyi benson, 2017
"I have replayed this song a million times with tears in my eyes...watching from Saudi Arabia"

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10. olyver omondi, 2018
"any KENYAN in the house.....i do love this song may God's blessings reign upon all of you"

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11. Lilian Nantamoi Lempere, 2018
"Me too dear"

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12. John Amanya, 2018
"Oliver am here, I'm in Kenya, Vihiga County. This Song blesses me so much!"

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13. Naylee Njeru, 2018
"oh....am here too🙏🙏"

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14. Eva oresha, 2018
"Tuko kwa mpigo"

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15. Pauline Omondi, 2018
"Am here"

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16. Murugi Muturi, 2018
"A Kenyan. Hii song is so powerful. So annointed; yaani it's so deep. Every time I listen to it naanza kulia"

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17. Turpence Akinyi Owuor, 2018
"yesss we are here amazing"

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18. Lilian Dada, 2018
"Am here oooh"

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19. Rosemary Muturi, 2018
"Kenyan in the house 🙋‍♀️
This Worship song is beautiful and Powerful ... May God bless all who hear it as well as those leading it .. Baraka 🙏"

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20. Nelly sharper, 2018
"Tuko ndaani"

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21. lucy nyaguthii,2018
"Tuko ndani"

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22. tshique munyi, 2018
"Me too, wimbo huu una upako"

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23. alex tagbo, 2018
"Ekwueme is officially the Holy Ghost Anthem! U can truly feel the presence of the Lord in this place, extremely powerful... greetings from Germany!"

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24. Miss purple, 2018
"Love from United States l love this song somuch allways lead me in prayer ohh God l love you who is here days to go to 2019 and we say EZE noone like you"

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25. Ivy Kuda, 2018
"My God !!! Listening from Zimbabwe"

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26. Hilary Nwaugo, 2018
"ME.......because My God is from IGBO LAND"

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27. Rachel Mukendi, 2019
"Oh God this song is powerful I am not Nigerian I am Congolese DRC
Thank you God for this gift God bless you"

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28. Faith Nyambura, 2019
"Our King will reign forever.....this song is just amazing it has ministered to me..
#254kenya"

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29. Joyce Kpukuyou, 2019
"One good thing I love about we the African, when it comes to worship; we put our all in it. God bless mama Africa"

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30. Asare Victoria, 2019
"Ghanaian's love this song,God bless you all"

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31. Vivian Hawa Buchanan, 2019
"I am a Liberian, this song is life saving, it has inspired."

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32. Hon.Collince Chepkuley, 2019
"Eze , no more like you....!
2019 in kenya!!
Ekwuemeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!
I will always praise you God!!"

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33. EVALILIAN MASSSAWE, 2019
"I love the meaning of the song. It forces you to be in the presence of God even if you are not in a position to. I think Prospa is talented and blessed, I pray you get in return the blessings you deserve from offering such a thing. God bless you and everybody who is touched by this great work. A lot of Love from Tanzania, (a home to Kilimanjaro.)"

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34. Nassimbwa Joselynn, 2019
"I am Ugandan...this song ministers to me....."

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35. Mariam Sonje,2019
"From Tanzania naupenda huu wimbo mzur.

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36. Thelma Ncube, 2019
"When l listen to this song especially when this lady sings ,it just makes me want to cry.l feel something in my spirit and around me that l can't explain.l don't understand Igbo and lm from Zimbabwe but l can say l understand it in the heavenly language. God is amazing xxx"

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37. Deos Merchior tv, 2019
"From Burundi nyimbo ya kuabudu nzuli sana nimeipenda sana haichoshi masikioni kuisikiliza"
-snip-
Google translate from Swahili to English:
"A very simple worship song I liked very much is not listening to the ear"

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38. Melish Mendin, 2019
"God blessed, sir. Watching from Massillon, Ohio United States."

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39. Mr. Rugakingira, 2019
"I still listening this song 2019 from Tanzania!!"

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40. JOHANN DAVIES, 2019
"Best worship song I have ever heard
Love from Sierra Leone west Africa"

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41. Nomzamo Mweli, 2019
"Listen all the way fromSouth Africa! Ah no one like EKWUEME !!!EZE my everlasting God Eze no one like you. I'm highly blessed!🙌🙌🙌🙌"

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42. Emmanuel Tabossi, 2019
"l'm from bénin God bless you Prospa"

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43. Theophane Atsama, 2019
"I'm cameroonian and i like this song,i leasten more and more.I need someone to translate for me all this great song please"

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44. chalungu chalungu, 2019
"From Tanzania am still watching this song in 2019 february"

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45. Adriana Alexander, 2019
"Same here from Tanzania"

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46. Faith Balabala, 2019
"hello my fellow tanzanian...am still listening march2019"

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47. John Edward Kassawa, 2019
"me too, from Tanzania, let us keep listening to powerful touching worship song til the end"

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48. Gertrude Kabibi, 2019
"From Kenya, listening to this daily, haichoshi maskio😍(its always new n refreshing)"

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49. Jacob Malowah, 2019
"That makes two of us."

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50. waweru henry, 2019
"fellow kenyan"

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51. Lucy Tecky, 2019
"Very true my fellow kenyan"

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52. Shiru Njeru, 2019
"Kabisaa,,me too"

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53. Allah Yarabi, 2019
"I'm Muslim front Senegal but I cry so much for this song"

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54. jeremiah ibabila, 2019
"Much blessings to you"

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55. Barbara Owusuaa, 2019
"I’m a Ghanaian but I’m still enjoying the words,God is my promoter and defender🙌🏽"

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56. paul wanjala, 2019
"Kenyans love this song. I feel so much blessed.."

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57. Davin Zuti Kintu, 2019
"I've never seen something like this before... Much love from Uganda"

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58. trishkenzys m, 2019
"Amennnnn.... always playing it n my car every morning when dropping my daughter at her school coz it's her favourite Gospel. From GHANA"

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59. Islande Leger Charles, 2019
"I'm watching it at Orlando Florida I love this song very much 😍💙💙"

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60. Brice Vanco, 2919
"From Cameroon 🇨🇲 and this song is just wow ❤️❤️❤️ 2019-04-08"

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This concludes Part II of this two part pancocojams series on the Nigerian praise & worship song "Ekuweme".

Thanks for visiting pancocojams.

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