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          Marché de l'eau: l'ex-ministre Mansour Faye a-t-il favorisé Suez au Sénégal? - RFI      Comment   Translate Page      
Marché de l'eau: l'ex-ministre Mansour Faye a-t-il favorisé Suez au Sénégal?  RFI

L'ancien ministre sénégalais de l'Hydraulique Mansour Faye a-t-il favorisé Suez lors de l'attribution du marché de l'eau ? L'hebdomadaire français Le Canard ...


          AFRIKA/MALAWI – Nach Zyklon Idai: Bischöfe helfen Flutopern      Comment   Translate Page      
Lilongwe – “Wir sind hier, um unsere Solidarität zum Ausdruck zu bringen und unsere Verantwortung zu erfüllen, wenn es darum geht den Bedürftigen zu helfen”, so der Vorsitzende der Bischofskonferenz von Malawi, Erzbischof Thomas Luke Msusa von Blantyre bei einem Besuch bei den Opfern der Flutkatastrophe vom März, die durch den Zyklon „Idai“ verursacht wurde.Den … Continua la lettura di AFRIKA/MALAWI – Nach Zyklon Idai: Bischöfe helfen Flutopern
          Tazama Hapa Makundi yote sita ya AFCON 2019..... Tanzania imepangwa Kundi C na timu za Senegal, Algeria na Kenya.       Comment   Translate Page      
Hatua  ya upangaji wa makundi ya michuano ya Afcon ya Afrika imepangwa jana nchini Misri ambapo tayari Tanzania imewajua wapinzani wake watakaomenyana nao mwezi Juni nchini Misri.

Hafla hiyo ambayo ilihudhuriwa na wajumbe kutoka Tanzania wakiongozwa na Rais wa Shirikisho la Soka Tanzania, Wallace Karia pamoja na Kocha Mkuu wa timu ya Tanzania, Emmanuel Ammunike ilishuhudiwa na Dunia nzima kupitia SuperSport

Tanzania ambayo inashiriki kwa mara ya kwanza fainali hizo baada ya miaka 39, imepangwa Kundi C na timu za Senegal, Algeria na Kenya. 

AFCON 2019 itaanza June 20 2019 mchezo wa ufunguzi ukiwa wa Misri wenyeji dhidi ya Zimbabwe na kumalizika July 19 2019.


          Amadou Dia: Ce jeune portier d’origine sénégalaise qui intéresse Manchester United      Comment   Translate Page      

Sous contrat stagiaire avec l’Olympique de Marseille, Amadou Dia pourrait très rapidement quitter le club phocéen. Alors que son bail, signé en 2017, touche à sa fin, le portier d’origine […]

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          CAN 2019: Pour Aliou Cissé, le Sénégal se dirige vers une compétition très compliquée      Comment   Translate Page      

Loin de considérer son équipe comme le favori du groupe C de la CAN 2019, Aliou Cissé parle d’une poule plutôt équilibrée. Pour le sélectionneur des Lions de la Téranga, […]

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          CAN 2019-Grpe C: Sénégal favori mais poule difficile d’après El Hadji Diouf      Comment   Translate Page      

Ancien international sénégalais, El Hadji Ousseynou Diouf, qui a participé au tirage au sort de la CAN 2019 vendredi au Caire, trouve aussi comme Djamel Belmadi que le Sénégal est […]

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          CAN 2019-Grpe C: Pour Belmadi, le Sénégal est le favori      Comment   Translate Page      

L’Algérie est tombée dans le groupe C après le tirage au sort de la CAN 2019 effectué vendredi. Une poule que les Fennecs partage avec le Sénégal, le Kenya et […]

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          Pregnant woman dies from injuries sustained in crash in Jeff Davis - KPLC      Comment   Translate Page      
Pregnant woman dies from injuries sustained in crash in Jeff Davis  KPLC

A Basile woman died after a two-vehicle crash in Jeff Davis Parish, Trooper Derek Senegal with Louisiana State Police said.


          Critters from here and there      Comment   Translate Page      
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          Guia Glamour: 10 restaurantes deliciosos comandados por imigrantes e refugiados      Comment   Translate Page      
Quem resiste a um bowl de lámen? (Foto: Getty Images)

 

Comida é sinônimo de afeto, cuidado e conforto em qualquer canto do mundo. Talvez por isso, tantos refugiados e imigrantes se dediquem à gastronomia quando chegam a países estrangeiros. No Brasil, venezuelanos, camaronenses, sírios e peruanos estão entre os que mostram que a cozinha é uma forma de manter a conexão com seu país de origem e apresentar suas raízes para mais pessoas. Conheça as histórias dos sabores de 10 restaurantes das principais capitais do Brasil que oferecem o que a culinária mundial tem de melhor!

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São Paulo

Congolinária
Antes de chegar a São Paulo, o advogado e ativista Pitchou Luambo trabalhava em defesa de vítimas de violações de direitos humanos em seu país, a República Democrática do Congo. Politicamente perseguido e obrigado a deixar sua terra, ele exilou-se no Brasil em 2010 e, desde 2016, prepara receitas tipicamente congolesas – e 100% veganas – no Congolinária. Entre os hits do restaurante estão pratos como a sambusa (um tipo de salgado frito), o ngombe (nhoque de banana com shimeji), a pomme sautèe (batata temperada frita inteira) e a omomba (doce de biomassa de banana da terra com amendoim). Luambo se dedica também à integração de refugiados e imigrantes de diferentes nacionalidades na capital paulista.
Congolinária: Av. Prof. Alfonso Bovero, 382, Sumaré, tel. (11) 2615–8184

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Biyou'Z 
No centro de São Paulo, o Biyou'Z reúne receitas tradicionais de países do continente africano, como Nigéria, Camarões, Senegal e Angola. Quem comanda a cozinha é a chef camaronesa Melanito Biyouha, que teve a ideia de reunir imigrantes africanos de diferentes regiões em um só lugar. O clima caseiro do endereço tem sintonia perfeita com pratos como o ndole (carne em pedaços com molho de pasta de amendoim e folhas de boldo), o Attiéké, prato típico da Costa do Marfim com cuscuz de mandioca, ovo cozido, refogado de tomate, vinagrete e peixe frito, e o mayemba, repolho refogado com tomate, fufu (tipo de polenta feita com farinha de mandioca fina e farinha de milho) e salada.
Biyou'Z: Alameda Barão de Limeira, 19–A, Campos Elíseos, tel. (11) 3221–6806

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Curitiba

QCeviche! 
O chef peruano Isidoro Troyes passou pelas cozinhas de hotéis e restaurantes em Cusco, Lima e Paracas até desembarcar em Curitiba para comandar o QCeviche! – hoje com unidades também em São Paulo. O clássico ceviche, claro, é o carro–chefe da casa, com versões vegetarianas e até doces. Vale provar também os pratos típicos da costa peruana, como o arroz aji panca com frutos do mar e a sopa criolla, feita com carne bovina, cebola, tomate e pimenta dos andes. Os drinques com pisco (aguardente de uva) são outra boa pedida.
Curitiba: R. Dr. Pedrosa, 288, Batel, tel. (41) 3197–2755
São Paulo: Rua Tavares Cabral, 61, Pinheiros, tel. (11) 3093–7200 / Av. Marquês de São Vicente, 1619, Barra Funda, tel. (11) 3576–5517

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Al Zaeim 
Quase escondido em meio ao agitado bairro Batel, em Curitiba, o pequenino Al Zaeim é encabeçado pelos irmãos Bassel e Wael Al Zaeim, refugiados do conflito sírio. A dupla, que chegou ao Brasil em 2014, prepara clássicos da cozinha de seu país, como shawarma (tradicional sanduíche árabe), mjadra (arroz com lentilha), falafel e quibe cru ou frito. Para provar um pouco de tudo, há também opções de combos a partir de R$ 70.
Al Zaeim: Rua Alferes Ângelo Sampaio, 1764, Batel, tel. (41) 99696–2480

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Belo Horizonte

Indian Gourmet 
Virendra Singh veio ao Brasil pela primeira vez em 2014, a convite da embaixada da Índia, para participar de um festival gastronômico que passava por Fortaleza, São Paulo, Brasília e Belo Horizonte. A capital mineira foi para ele paixão à primeira vista. Resolveu ficar. Em 2016, após trazer de seu país natal o também chef Sunil Bhandari, abriu com ele o Indian Gourmet, que serve pratos como o jhinga narial, camarão com molho de curry e leite de coco; o mutton roganjosh, cordeiro cozido com temperos típicos; e o vegetariano chana masala, feito à base de grão de bico e especiarias picantes. "Seguimos à risca as receitas da Índia. A única adaptação que fazemos para o paladar brasileiro é perguntar aos clientes o grau de pimenta que preferem entre suave, moderado ou apimentado", conta Virendra
Indian Gourmet: R. Alvarenga Peixoto, 585, Lourdes, tel. (31) 2555–9005.

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Rio de Janeiro

Casa Urich 
A casa centenária do centro do Rio de Janeiro, fundada em 1913 pelo alemão Edmund Urich, está entre os endereços imperdíveis da cidade para os fãs da gastronomia germânica. As receitas tradicionais do país estão todas lá – caso do kassler (tipo de lombo) defumado com salada de batata, do schnitzel (fatia de lombo à milanesa) e do apfelstrudel (folhado de maçã com canela e passas) servido com creme de chantilly. Outro destaque do restaurante é a carta de cervejas, recheada de opções alemãs, belgas e brasileiras.
Casa Urich: Rua São José, 50, loja A, Centro, tel. (21) 2220–2224

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Fortaleza

Toston 
Em 2016, a contadora Nathalie Torrelas e o engenheiro de produção Cristian Salavar decidiram deixar a Venezuela – em meio à grave crise política e econômica do país, o casal enfrentava dificuldades para ter acesso a serviços básicos, como água e gás. "Os alimentos estavam ficando cada vez mais caros – ou simplesmente desaparecendo do mercado. Em 2015, minha mãe resolveu passar uma temporada em Fortaleza e conseguiu um bom emprego. Isso nos incentivou a seguir o mesmo caminho", conta Nathalie. Assim que chegou, a dupla começou a vender petiscos venezuelanos na cidade. A ideia deu tão certo que virou negócio mais sério: um food truck no qual servem tequenhos (espécie de croquete frito) e arepas (uma massa de milho que ganha todo o tipo de recheio). "A arepa é muito versátil e combina com tudo", diz a venezuelana.
Toston: Av. Desembargador Moreira, 2355, Dionísio Torres (Imprensa Food Square)

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Salvador

La Taperia 
Assim que chegaram a Salvador, o chef espanhol José Morchón e a publicitária e estilista brasileira Juli Holler perceberam que não havia por lá nenhuma casa especializada em tapas – típicos petiscos espanhóis. Assim surgia a La Taperia, restaurante que se destaca também pela saborosa paella de frutos do mar. Entre os favoritos dos clientes estão os pirulitos de camarão com bifum e aioli de wasabi, o arroz caldoso de polvo e a mousse de queijo com frutos do bosque. Para abrir o apetite, o casal serve inusitados e gostosos shots de caldo de camarão ou de abóbora.
La Taperia: R. da Paciência, 251, Rio Vermelho, tel. (71) 98716–1077

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Brasília

Damascus 
A conexão Damasco–Brasília trouxe o casal Ammar e Yasmin Abou Nabout ao país em 2015. Desde então, comandam o Damascus, uma mistura de bar, restaurante e empório onde é possível encontrar clássicos da gastronomia síria, como shawarmas, quibes, esfihas, pastas, tabule e shanklish (tipo de queijo árabe). O menu é enxuto, mas da cozinha saem pratos caprichados e autênticos – Yasmin, que a lidera, garante que o tempero e as receitas são os mesmos que aprendeu com a mãe em sua terra natal.
Damascus: 413 Sul, Bloco B, Asa Sul, tel. (61) 98346–3702

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Goiânia

Hetien 
O Hetien fica nos fundos da casa dos irmãos taiwaneses Hao e Zun Yang, que chegaram há oito anos a Goiânia. No cardápio, uma verdadeira mistura do Brasil com Taiwan: de um lado, receitas tipicamente asiáticas, como yakisoba, yakimeshi, lámen e bifum, além de chás com frutas; do outro, opções inusitadas de açaí, como o servido na casca de laranja e decorado com biscoitos da sorte. O restaurante, decorado com materiais reciclados por Zun, é célebre nas redes sociais pela comunicação interativa com os clientes.
Hetien: Rua C–199, Jardim América, tel. (62) 3251–3001

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           Spacciatore senegalese col vizio del sesso: dosi in cambio di prestazioni, c'era la fila per lui       Comment   Translate Page      

Spacciatore senegalese col vizio del sesso: dosi in cambio di prestazioni, c'era la fila per lui. I carabinieri di Roseto degli Abruzzi, in provincia di Teramo, hanno arrestato un senegalese... ...


          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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          Coopération Sénégal-Egypte: Le ministre Amadou Ba signe pour Sénégal      Comment   Translate Page      

Amadou Ba a signé son premier accord de partenariat au nom du Sénégal en tant que ministre des affaires étrangers. En effet, avec la visite du président Al Sisi au pays de la Téranga, les relations entre le Sénégal se révèlent encore au beau fixe. Ainsi, le nouveau chef de la diplomatie a signé hier, avec …

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          Huelga en Barajas: «Esto es vergonzoso. Nadie nos responde ni nos da una solución»      Comment   Translate Page      
Con el inicio de Semana Santa, el desconcierto se ha apoderado de los usuarios del aeropuerto de Barajas. El trasiego de maletas y pasajeros se envuelve estos días en un halo de tensión e incertidumbre provocado por la huelga que mantiene desde el viernes el personal de seguridad de la empresa Ilunion. A primera hora de la mañana, coincidiendo con el primer pico de tráfico, muchos se pregunta qué es lo que sucede. «Esto es vergonzoso. No sabemos qué hacer para poder pasar el control. Nadie nos responde ni nos da una solución. Normal que la gente pierda su vuelo», se queja Manuel frente a los tornos de acceso al área de embarque. Lleva más de media hora esperando. Como él, la sorpresa se adueña de más pasajeros. Muchos de ellos ni siquiera conocen la convocatoria de huelga. «Nadie nos ha avisado. Venimos con antelación porque somos previsores, pero no sabíamos nada», indica, maleta en mano, Juan Pablo. «Siempre están igual, sobre todo coincidiendo con la época en que la gente viaja más. Llegas aquí con prisa y te encuentras con colas. Es molesto», califica María, que viaja a Guayaquil. Patricia es trabajadora de información en la T4. Lleva dos días enfrentándose a continuas reclamaciones. «La primera hora fue horrorosa porque la gente llega con menos tiempo para embarcar. La cola llegaba hasta la cristalera, en el extremo de la terminal. Algunos viajeros han perdido su vuelo», asegura a este diario. La aglomeración obliga a abrir a todos los pasajeros el «fast track» y el control infantil. Desde AENA aseguran que eso es una maniobra «habitual» cuando hay más personas. «No es algo excepcional por la huelga, cualquier día si un filtro tiene más gente, los pasajeros se desvían a otro para que no estén esperando», explican las mismas fuentes: «Son medidas organizativas normales». Pasada esa hora, la tranquilidad vuelve al aeropuerto. Las colas decrecen al ritmo que aumenta la calma. Los usuarios, ya a sabiendas de que no se van a ver perjudicados, se muestran más comprensivos. «Es una faena, pero tienen derecho a reclamar», comenta Maite, antes de coger un vuelo a Senegal. Reivindicaciones El sindicato ATES, convocante del paro, mantiene que la huelga no terminará hasta que se solucione el conflicto con la empresa. «Pedimos que se mantenga el plus de radioscopia que cobramos desde hace 16 años y que ahora nos quieren reducir a un tercio (de 1,21 euros la hora, a 0,40), tener derecho a la conciliación familiar y sitios comunes dignos en los que estar», reivindica Jordi Montejo, portavoz de ATES y trabajador afectado: «Un empleado hace jornadas de entre 7 y 12 horas. Hay gente que trabaja desde las 6 hasta las 18. No existe la posibilidad de conciliar». Tilda la jornada de «caótica», con accesos «colapsados» en todas las terminales, sobre todo en la T4, y un seguimiento de la huelga de «prácticamente el 100%», aunque existen servicios mínimos establecidos del 90%: «Cuando normalmente hay 140 trabajadores en cada turno, hoy hay 120. Y eso se nota». Cabe recordar que la alerta antiterrosista se mantiene en el nivel 4. En cambio, desde Ilunion aseguran que a las 15 horas, último recuento existente hasta el cierre de esta edición, de 381 trabajadores asignados, tan solo nueve secundaron la huelga. AENA, por su parte, afirma haber reforzado la asistencia: «Es un conflicto de trabajadores de seguridad privada con su propia empresa, no con AENA. Nosotros no podemos hacer nada. Mantenemos reuniones técnicas diarias con ellos para ver cómo se presenta el día, de cara a organizar la operativa del aeropuerto. Lo único que podemos hacer es reforzar los servicios de información, sobre todo, durante estas jornadas en las que el número de pasajeros asciende a los 200.000».
          Le Sénégalais Moussa Wagué a fait ses débuts avec le FC Barcelone      Comment   Translate Page      

Le jeune Moussa Wagué a été titularisé pour la première fois en match officiel avec le FC Barcelone samedi 13 avril 2019 contre Huesca (0-0). Il devient, à 20 ans, le premier Sénégalais à porter le maillot des Blaugrana. « C’est un rêve qui est devenu réalité », lâche-t-il. Recruté au KAS...

Article Le Sénégalais Moussa Wagué a fait ses débuts avec le FC Barcelone apparue pour la première fois sur Bamada.net.


          Les 21 Offres d’emploi du 12 Avril 2019 au Sénégal      Comment   Translate Page      

Les 21 Offres d’emploi du 12 Avril 2019 au Sénégal 1:https://concoursn.com/eco-afrique-rec… 2:https://concoursn.com/phoenix-consult… 3:https://concoursn.com/lanpej-recrute-… 4:https://concoursn.com/phoenix-consult… 5:https://concoursn.com/une-importante-… 6:https://concoursn.com/une-importante-… 7:https://concoursn.com/amd-corporate-r… 8:https://concoursn.com/une-importante-… 9:https://concoursn.com/une-structure-r… 10:https://concoursn.com/amref-health-af… 11:https://concoursn.com/myagro-recrute-… 12:https://concoursn.com/une-societe-rec… 13:https://concoursn.com/une-societe-rec… 14:https://concoursn.com/lunicef-recrute… 15:https://concoursn.com/lambassade-dita… 16:https://concoursn.com/technova-recrut… 17:https://concoursn.com/une-societe-evo… 18:https://concoursn.com/e-technologies-… 19:https://concoursn.com/une-entreprise-… 20:https://concoursn.com/le-pnud-recrute… 21:https://concoursn.com/une-importante-… Vous pouvez vous abonner directement notre Chaîne Youtube  pour être au courant des Opportunités au Sénégal tous les jours en cliquant sur le lien […]

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          Corporate Logistics Industrial Placement      Comment   Translate Page      
This is your chance to get a real taste of Corporate Retail Logistics, working in the team responsible for getting the products from the Buying source to our Distribution Centres across the UK and Ireland on time, every time. We move millions of pallets of products each year via air, sea, road and rail from all four corners of the planet, from biscuits in Montreal to mangoes from Senegal. Aside from ensuring everything received by our Regions is in pristine condition, we work tirelessly with the Buyers to ensure market leading supply chain costs are achieved, therefore a keen interest in how international supply chains operate is a must.
          CAN U17:réaction de Jamal Sellami avant la rencontre face au Sénégal      Comment   Translate Page      
CAN U17:réaction de Jamal Sellami avant la rencontre face au Sénégal
Lors de cette édition, les Lionceaux de l’Atlas évolueront au 1er tour dans la poule B qui comprend le Sénégal, le Cameroun et la Guinée selon le programme suivant :

Lundi 15 avril 2019 : Maroc-Sénégal au stade Chamazi de Mbagala.
Jeudi 18 avril 2019 : Maroc-Cameroun au stade Chamazi de Mbagala.
Dimanche 21 avril 2019 : Maroc – Guinée au stade Chamazi de Mbagala.

          Hang a Thousand Trees with Ribbons: The Story of Phillis Wheatley      Comment   Translate Page      
Kidnapped from her home in Senegal and sold as a slave in 1761, a young girl is purchased by the wealthy Wheatley family in Boston. Phillis Wheatley--as she comes to be known--has an eager mind and it leads her on an unusual path for a slave--she becomes America’s first published black poet. “Strong characterization and perceptive realism mark this thoughtful portrayal.”--Booklist

          Urgent : Double fracture pour cet international sénégalais !      Comment   Translate Page      
En plus d’un score défavorable pour le Horoya (5-0 pour Wydad), le représentant guinéen voit son gardien Khadim Ndiaye quitter le terrain sur une grave blessure. On redoute une double fracture au niveau du tibia. Blessure intervenue dans une incompréhension … Continuer la lecture
          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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          Demba Ba’dan Steven Gerrard itirafı!      Comment   Translate Page      
Medipol Başakşehir'in Senegalli forveti Demba Ba, 2014 yılında Liverpool'a attığı ve İngiltere'de şampiyonluk kaderini belirleyen gol hakkında itirafta bulundu.

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IISD Reporting Services, through its ENB+ Meeting Coverage, produced a summary report from the 4th Session of the Africa Regional Forum on Sustainable Development, which took place from 2 to 4 May 2018, in Dakar, Senegal
          Le Sénégal mobilise plus de 350 milliards FCFA en recettes et dons      Comment   Translate Page      
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Les ressources globales mobilisées par l’Etat du Sénégal à fin février 2019 sont évaluées à 366,1 milliards de FCFA (environ 622,370 millions de dollars), selon une note de la Direction de la prévision et des études économiques (DPEE) rendue publique ce samedi. Ces ressources sont composées de recettes budgétaires pour 336,6 milliards de FCFA, de […]
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Le Sénégal lance sa stratégie d’exportation de services informatiques et d’externalisation des processus métier (IT/BPO) Le mardi 16 Avril 2019, les acteurs du numérique sénégalais se retrouveront au King Fahd Palace, à l’occasion du Salon International des Professionnels de l’Economie Numérique (SIPEN 2019) pour le lancement officiel de la stratégie à l’export des technologies de […]
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Alors que la bourde des hommes chargés du protocole du palais de la République, lors de la visite du président égyptien, n’a pas encore fini de faire couler de l’ancre, le journal « Le Quotidien », dans sa parution du jour, signale un autre « incident » diplomatique. Et c’est entre le Sénégal et la Guinée Conakry. […]
          Hollydai - Senegal.      Comment   Translate Page      
I'd like to take a trip to Senegal ..
And meet some friends ..

I am submissive, I am looking for real dominant Blak.

Write me: zizskov@gmail.com

Lenka.
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I'd like to take a trip to Senegal ..
And meet some friends ..

I am submissive, I am looking for real dominant Blak.

Write me: zizskov@gmail.com

Thank You.

Lenka.
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Fake profile. Faux profil. Faux message. Ne tombez pas dans le piege. Dont fall in that trap
..
          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
          Re: gambia      Comment   Translate Page      
Agree with you regarding Gambia,you should also include other Islamic countries in Africa such as Senegal,Mali,Mauritania,Sudan. These are places to be avoided at all costs,they are extremely intolerant of gays,and risk your life,just for a few minutes of fun. No amount of money or any other incentive would ever lure me to visit such barbaric countries.
          Suuf in Senegal      Comment   Translate Page      
I live in the U.S. Recently, I returned from a visit to Senegal, my third. I no longer stay in Dakar but in locations elsewhere.

Years ago, in Philadelphia, I met a man from Dakar, Abe, who would later allow me to accompany him home. It would be my first trip to Africa.

We stayed in Dakar for a week when he said he had to make a trip home. This meant to his birthplace in a small village very southeast in Senegal. I asked to go and, after great consideration, he said yes. We went by car, bus, car again, and many times on foot, for four days, arriving in his home village, deep in south east Senegal.

In the U.S., Abe rountinely had sex with me. We were about the same age, in our 40s. Abe was 100% total top, and I accomodated him as often as he would let me. While considering myself very much a versatile top, I learned first hand the seduction of hearing an elder African accent pouring out the words "I want to f*** you".

But in Senegal, he would not even discuss it. I understood. I'm causcasian. It's Africa. While at his home, his father and his father's brother, men of 70+ years of age, took me into a small home where, to be blunt, promptly undressed and asked me to bathe them. The broken english was so bad, had they not been naked and rubbing each other out I would not have known what they were saying. I later learned they mistakingly thought I was a servant of Abe's. Once they were confident I got the idea of why I was there, as I performed my chores, they began to talk to each other in Wolof as though I was invisible. Sure, I was very nervous, but no one ever had to tell me what elder meant in Africa.

The next day, I was asked if I wanted to visit a nearby National Park and was told that, where we would be going, we would have to stay overnight, in make-shift tents. We would have to stay just outside the Park. I said sure, and Abe helped me simplify my packing. Abe did not travel with us as I am left to the safety of totally strange men. As I find out 1 hour into the walk, men who do not speak english. And this is a really, really big park.

At this time of year it was very dry, and hot, but at night, it would get somewhat agreeable around 2-5am. The night sky would be so crystal clear it was like you could touch it. You would never know there were so many adult African men. From total strangers walking by, speaking only to others in passing, to men camped in small groups. The night air is what cools them, what frees them to think. And they so do like to walk.

After visiting the Park, the last night in the tents, we had a little too much to drink, and several of the men, in Wolof, said they must walk. One thing led to another and I ended up following them ... at 3am.

We walked for sometime, until I realized I could no longer see them, and soon came upon a small camp, no tents, but with a fire that had just been put out, and was still smoldering. As I looked around into the darkenss, I could hear through my dizzyness from the drink, what I thought were giggles, and whispering.

I walked into the woods. My chest began to pound uncontrollably but I could not turn around. Where would I turn to? For a moment, I thought, no one in the world knows exactly where I am at this very moment, and just as I thought how entoxicating and freeing that is, the thought of Abe not knowing where I am shook me.

As the whispering turned into chanting, singing, I came onto a small clearing, around 30 yards in diameter. It was probably just me, but the moon was so bright, it was like the area was lit up like a room. I literally could not see to the other side of the clearing.

But there stood, before me, two very large men, both at least 250 lbs, basically doing what amounted to a slow motioned coregraphed wrestling match. They were surrounded by the men I had followed, some I saw while walking, and several others, all told about 15-18 men. They were all naked. Except for the two wrestlers, none were younger than me.

Eventually I got the nerve to not try to hide in the small bush I found myself in, when I felt both my arms go limp. I'm talking numb. I was led into the circle, and undressed. I felt sure I was about to faint. The feeling was constant. The chanting became a rhythmic rain eventually blurring me into subconsciousness.

Soon, I was startled by this seemingly disturbing argument between one of the wrestlers and an older man, perhaps in his 60s. I was quickly taken back into the woods and kept there for what seemed like forever, but probably about 20-30 minutes. Each time the voices grew loud and aggressive, I would be petted and held more closely. The scent of African sweat only made me more drunk. Several times I felt myself falling to my knees wanting to orally please anything that came about. I was constantly being held up. As best I remember, that's all that happened in the wooded areas.

Then the most strange thing that has ever happened to me in my life occured. All the men around me slowly walked away, one by one, until all I could see was the well lit area near me. Feeling my vision closing in on me ever so subtly, I walked out of the woods into the clearing.

The wrestler, now completely alone, motioned me to him. As I got close I fainted. When I awoke I was being kissed and caressed. He would not stop looking at my eyes. Every time I went to close them, he would get upset. I could not understand anything he said, most the times he wasn't talking to me anyway, but I understood clearly he wanted my eyes open.

In the end, he had his way with me to completion. He made sure of it. But to say this event was only sexual would be a lasting flaw in my character. He dressed me, walked me for awhile, once I noticed he had disappeared, soon others came about, smiling, waving, pointing the direction for me. No more giggling, no more whispering, no more arguing.

What happen to me that night changed my life.

Two days later, on our way back to Dakar, while resting, I asked Abe, who I thought knew nothing about what had happened, would he ever want me to talk about what I did in Africa. He only shook his head. About three days out we are in another National Park, and while being entertained, a white European couple now living in Cape Verde, makes a point of cautioning the other 'tourists' about wandering near National Parks late at night without escort.

I never felt so un-tourist in all my life.

...
          Re: Sex tourism in Gambia...      Comment   Translate Page      
From www gvnet.com I transfer the fllowing passage.

Human Trafficking and Modern-day Slavery

The Gambia is a source, transit, and destination country for children and women trafficked for the purposes of forced labor and commercial sexual exploitation. Within The Gambia, women and girls, and to a lesser extent boys, are trafficked for sexual exploitation, in particular to meet the demand for European sex tourism, and for domestic servitude. Boys are trafficked within the country for forced begging by religious teachers and for street vending. Transnationally, women, girls and boys from neighboring countries are trafficked to The Gambia for the same purposes listed above. Primary source countries are Senegal, Mali, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ghana, Nigeria, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea and Benin. Trafficking of Gambian boys to Senegal for forced begging and Senegalese boys to The Gambia for the same purpose is particularly prevalent. Gambian women and girls are trafficked to Senegal for domestic servitude, and possibly for sexual exploitation. Gambian women and children may be trafficked to Europe through trafficking schemes disguised as migrant smuggling. Reports in the last two years of Gambian, Senegalese, and nationals of other neighboring countries being transported from The Gambia to Spain by boat appear to be predominantly cases of smuggling rather than trafficking. - U.S. State Dept Trafficking in Persons Report, June, 2008 [
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adrien-gay wrote::lol: salut j'ai un ami qui loue un studio à dakar dans la médina
pas trop chere mais labas j'ai trouvé des homos senegalais et j'ai pris mon pied mais il faut savoir rester discret en dehors

salut pourrais tu me mettre en contact avec la personne qui loue moi francais 30 ans et je compte aller au senegal en octobre mais j aimerais en savoir plus pour faire des rencontres discretes. merci d avance. moi stephane.innocente911@orange.fr
          Re: MI experiencia en senegal      Comment   Translate Page      
ok my friend, are you african?. kissss
          je ferrai des etudes      Comment   Translate Page      
Cheres freres noirs: Voici un americain noir, 22ans, et je compte faire des etudes au Senegal ce janvier jusqu'a mai. Je suis partie d'une programme qui travaillerai beaucoup, mais on va passer la plupart de son temps a l'Universite de Dakar. Moi, je suis tellement pret d'y aller. J'aimerais beaucoup rencontrer quelqu'un avec qui je peux passer mon temps avant de partir pour qu'il ne faudra pas chercher tant que je suis la. Si on s'interesse a me parler ou m'envoyer des details, n'hesitez pas.
          Nigeria to play Ghana, Senegal ahead of Egypt 2019      Comment   Translate Page      

Ahead of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt, the Super Eagles will play against Ghana and Senegal in pre-tournament friendlies in June. Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr disclosed this after the draw of the AFCON tournament in Egypt on Friday. “We have two friendlies against Ghana and Senegal, We’ll play Ghana in Nigeria […]

The post Nigeria to play Ghana, Senegal ahead of Egypt 2019 appeared first on Voice of Nigeria.


          Fatih Terim'in derbide ki gizli silahı!      Comment   Translate Page      
Fatih Terim'in Fenerbahçe derbisindeki gizli silahı Badou Ndiaye olacak. Fenerbahçe'nin hücum oyuncularına özel önlemler alacağını düşünen Terim, Senegalli yıldıza sürpriz koşularla ceza sahasına girmesi ve Diagne'ye destek olması talimatını verdi. Onyekuru da sürekli defans arkasına sarkacak.
          Hollydai - Senegal.      Comment   Translate Page      
I'd like to take a trip to Senegal ..
And meet some friends ..

I am submissive, I am looking for real dominant Blak.

Write me: zizskov@gmail.com

Lenka.
          Re: HOOK UP EXPERIENCES IN DAKAR, SENEGAL      Comment   Translate Page      
I'd like to take a trip to Senegal ..
And meet some friends ..

I am submissive, I am looking for real dominant Blak.

Write me: zizskov@gmail.com

Thank You.

Lenka.
          Re: IM LADY MY EXPERIENCE IN SENEGAL      Comment   Translate Page      
Fake profile. Faux profil. Faux message. Ne tombez pas dans le piege. Dont fall in that trap
..
          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
          Re: gambia      Comment   Translate Page      
Agree with you regarding Gambia,you should also include other Islamic countries in Africa such as Senegal,Mali,Mauritania,Sudan. These are places to be avoided at all costs,they are extremely intolerant of gays,and risk your life,just for a few minutes of fun. No amount of money or any other incentive would ever lure me to visit such barbaric countries.
          Suuf in Senegal      Comment   Translate Page      
I live in the U.S. Recently, I returned from a visit to Senegal, my third. I no longer stay in Dakar but in locations elsewhere.

Years ago, in Philadelphia, I met a man from Dakar, Abe, who would later allow me to accompany him home. It would be my first trip to Africa.

We stayed in Dakar for a week when he said he had to make a trip home. This meant to his birthplace in a small village very southeast in Senegal. I asked to go and, after great consideration, he said yes. We went by car, bus, car again, and many times on foot, for four days, arriving in his home village, deep in south east Senegal.

In the U.S., Abe rountinely had sex with me. We were about the same age, in our 40s. Abe was 100% total top, and I accomodated him as often as he would let me. While considering myself very much a versatile top, I learned first hand the seduction of hearing an elder African accent pouring out the words "I want to f*** you".

But in Senegal, he would not even discuss it. I understood. I'm causcasian. It's Africa. While at his home, his father and his father's brother, men of 70+ years of age, took me into a small home where, to be blunt, promptly undressed and asked me to bathe them. The broken english was so bad, had they not been naked and rubbing each other out I would not have known what they were saying. I later learned they mistakingly thought I was a servant of Abe's. Once they were confident I got the idea of why I was there, as I performed my chores, they began to talk to each other in Wolof as though I was invisible. Sure, I was very nervous, but no one ever had to tell me what elder meant in Africa.

The next day, I was asked if I wanted to visit a nearby National Park and was told that, where we would be going, we would have to stay overnight, in make-shift tents. We would have to stay just outside the Park. I said sure, and Abe helped me simplify my packing. Abe did not travel with us as I am left to the safety of totally strange men. As I find out 1 hour into the walk, men who do not speak english. And this is a really, really big park.

At this time of year it was very dry, and hot, but at night, it would get somewhat agreeable around 2-5am. The night sky would be so crystal clear it was like you could touch it. You would never know there were so many adult African men. From total strangers walking by, speaking only to others in passing, to men camped in small groups. The night air is what cools them, what frees them to think. And they so do like to walk.

After visiting the Park, the last night in the tents, we had a little too much to drink, and several of the men, in Wolof, said they must walk. One thing led to another and I ended up following them ... at 3am.

We walked for sometime, until I realized I could no longer see them, and soon came upon a small camp, no tents, but with a fire that had just been put out, and was still smoldering. As I looked around into the darkenss, I could hear through my dizzyness from the drink, what I thought were giggles, and whispering.

I walked into the woods. My chest began to pound uncontrollably but I could not turn around. Where would I turn to? For a moment, I thought, no one in the world knows exactly where I am at this very moment, and just as I thought how entoxicating and freeing that is, the thought of Abe not knowing where I am shook me.

As the whispering turned into chanting, singing, I came onto a small clearing, around 30 yards in diameter. It was probably just me, but the moon was so bright, it was like the area was lit up like a room. I literally could not see to the other side of the clearing.

But there stood, before me, two very large men, both at least 250 lbs, basically doing what amounted to a slow motioned coregraphed wrestling match. They were surrounded by the men I had followed, some I saw while walking, and several others, all told about 15-18 men. They were all naked. Except for the two wrestlers, none were younger than me.

Eventually I got the nerve to not try to hide in the small bush I found myself in, when I felt both my arms go limp. I'm talking numb. I was led into the circle, and undressed. I felt sure I was about to faint. The feeling was constant. The chanting became a rhythmic rain eventually blurring me into subconsciousness.

Soon, I was startled by this seemingly disturbing argument between one of the wrestlers and an older man, perhaps in his 60s. I was quickly taken back into the woods and kept there for what seemed like forever, but probably about 20-30 minutes. Each time the voices grew loud and aggressive, I would be petted and held more closely. The scent of African sweat only made me more drunk. Several times I felt myself falling to my knees wanting to orally please anything that came about. I was constantly being held up. As best I remember, that's all that happened in the wooded areas.

Then the most strange thing that has ever happened to me in my life occured. All the men around me slowly walked away, one by one, until all I could see was the well lit area near me. Feeling my vision closing in on me ever so subtly, I walked out of the woods into the clearing.

The wrestler, now completely alone, motioned me to him. As I got close I fainted. When I awoke I was being kissed and caressed. He would not stop looking at my eyes. Every time I went to close them, he would get upset. I could not understand anything he said, most the times he wasn't talking to me anyway, but I understood clearly he wanted my eyes open.

In the end, he had his way with me to completion. He made sure of it. But to say this event was only sexual would be a lasting flaw in my character. He dressed me, walked me for awhile, once I noticed he had disappeared, soon others came about, smiling, waving, pointing the direction for me. No more giggling, no more whispering, no more arguing.

What happen to me that night changed my life.

Two days later, on our way back to Dakar, while resting, I asked Abe, who I thought knew nothing about what had happened, would he ever want me to talk about what I did in Africa. He only shook his head. About three days out we are in another National Park, and while being entertained, a white European couple now living in Cape Verde, makes a point of cautioning the other 'tourists' about wandering near National Parks late at night without escort.

I never felt so un-tourist in all my life.

...
          Re: Sex tourism in Gambia...      Comment   Translate Page      
From www gvnet.com I transfer the fllowing passage.

Human Trafficking and Modern-day Slavery

The Gambia is a source, transit, and destination country for children and women trafficked for the purposes of forced labor and commercial sexual exploitation. Within The Gambia, women and girls, and to a lesser extent boys, are trafficked for sexual exploitation, in particular to meet the demand for European sex tourism, and for domestic servitude. Boys are trafficked within the country for forced begging by religious teachers and for street vending. Transnationally, women, girls and boys from neighboring countries are trafficked to The Gambia for the same purposes listed above. Primary source countries are Senegal, Mali, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ghana, Nigeria, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea and Benin. Trafficking of Gambian boys to Senegal for forced begging and Senegalese boys to The Gambia for the same purpose is particularly prevalent. Gambian women and girls are trafficked to Senegal for domestic servitude, and possibly for sexual exploitation. Gambian women and children may be trafficked to Europe through trafficking schemes disguised as migrant smuggling. Reports in the last two years of Gambian, Senegalese, and nationals of other neighboring countries being transported from The Gambia to Spain by boat appear to be predominantly cases of smuggling rather than trafficking. - U.S. State Dept Trafficking in Persons Report, June, 2008 [
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adrien-gay wrote::lol: salut j'ai un ami qui loue un studio à dakar dans la médina
pas trop chere mais labas j'ai trouvé des homos senegalais et j'ai pris mon pied mais il faut savoir rester discret en dehors

salut pourrais tu me mettre en contact avec la personne qui loue moi francais 30 ans et je compte aller au senegal en octobre mais j aimerais en savoir plus pour faire des rencontres discretes. merci d avance. moi stephane.innocente911@orange.fr
          Re: MI experiencia en senegal      Comment   Translate Page      
ok my friend, are you african?. kissss
          je ferrai des etudes      Comment   Translate Page      
Cheres freres noirs: Voici un americain noir, 22ans, et je compte faire des etudes au Senegal ce janvier jusqu'a mai. Je suis partie d'une programme qui travaillerai beaucoup, mais on va passer la plupart de son temps a l'Universite de Dakar. Moi, je suis tellement pret d'y aller. J'aimerais beaucoup rencontrer quelqu'un avec qui je peux passer mon temps avant de partir pour qu'il ne faudra pas chercher tant que je suis la. Si on s'interesse a me parler ou m'envoyer des details, n'hesitez pas.
          Rais TFF aihofia Senegal, asema hana shaka na Algeria, Kenya      Comment   Translate Page      
Rais wa Shirikisho la mpira wa miguu Tanzania (TFF), Walace Karia amesema kundi C ambalo Tanzania im
          KARIA AIHOFIA KENYA AFCON      Comment   Translate Page      
RAIS wa Shirikisho la soka Tanzania (TFF) Wallace Karia amesema kazi ipo kubwa kuwazuia Kenya kwenye mechi za fainali za kombe la mataifa Afrika, Afcon hatua ya makundi. Katika droo iliyopangwa mjini Cairo, Misri na Shirikisho la soka Afrika, CAF juzi, Tanzania, Taifa Stars imepangwa kundi C pamoja na jirani zake Kenya, Senegal na Algeria.
          We are ready, says Stars coach after Afcon draw      Comment   Translate Page      
Taifa Stars players celebrate after qualifying for the Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) finals to be held in Egypt from June 21 to July 19. PHOTO| MAJUTO OMARY In Summary. Taifa Stars will have their first match against Senegal on June 23, before a date with Kenya four days later on June 27, and July 1 against Algeria Advertisement.
          Demba Ba'dan Steven Gerrard itirafı!      Comment   Translate Page      

Medipol Başakşehir'in Senegalli forveti Demba Ba, 2014 yılında Liverpool'a attığı ve İngiltere'de şampiyonluk kaderini belirleyen gol hakkında itirafta bulundu.


          «La gestión de la inmigración de España en los últimos años ha sido excelente, muy pragmática»      Comment   Translate Page      

Periodo electoral en España y Europa. Se habla de Cataluña, salario mínimo y alquileres, pero de momento la inmigración no ha entrado en campaña como el pasado verano con la crisis del navío Aquarius. Durante su visita a Melilla a finales de marzo, el líder de los populares españoles, Pablo Casado, propuso un plan Marshall para África, con el que retener a los inmigrantes y alejarlos de nuestras costas. Mientras, la izquierda ha alertado sobre los efectos del cambio climático en la inmigración y un mensaje que gira en torno a que la «inmigración es buena».

Según el profesor de Estudios Africanos de la Universidad de Duke Stephen Smith, la idea de que al ayudar a África a «desarrollarse» puede contener la marea de inmigrantes es una ilusión, porque la ayuda sirve esencialmente como un subsidio para la emigración; «no son los más pobres quienes se van de África a Europa, sino aquellos que han alcanzado un cierto nivel económico», sostiene en entrevista con ABC para presentar su libro «La huida hacia Europa» (Arpa). De los 2.200 millones de ciudadanos que se sumarán a la población mundial para 2050, 1.300 millones serán africanos, aproximadamente la población actual de China. Smith alerta sobre los dos extremos del debate: «Euroáfrica, por la que todos somos hermanos y deben venir, con lo que se resentirá los Estados del bienestar europeos; y que todo se solucione cerrándonos a cal y canto para mantener nuestra prosperidad».

En el libro sostiene que la inmigración masiva de África a Europa es inevitable. ¿Por qué?

Pese a que las personas que emigran no son las más pobres, esto nunca ha estado en la opinión pública. No me lo he inventado, es un hecho. Es una pregunta difícil. Muchos políticos dicen que cuanta más ayuda brindemos, mejor será la vida en África, por lo que preferirán quedarse allí. Nos cuesta entenderlo y no lo hacemos con mala intención. Si nunca ha salido de la aldea ni siquiera para conocer la capital del país, por mucha visión del mundo que se tenga a través de internet y los 'smartphones', se necesitan miles de euros para empezar el camino. Si observa de dónde provienen los migrantes, no los refugiados, estos proceden generalmente de Senegal, Kenia, Costa de Marfil, Ghana y Nigeria, entre otros; precisamente los mismos países donde encontramos una parte importante de la población que empieza a beneficiarse del progreso y van escapando de la pobreza extrema. Ojo, con esto no estoy diciendo que debamos renunciar a la ayuda para el desarrollo si esta realmente desarrolla a los pueblos. Me refiero a que en la primera etapa, esto es contraproducente porque aumenta la presión migratoria, pero a largo plazo no hay alternativa. Para ser sincero con usted, muy a menudo he visto que la ayuda para el desarrollo no ayuda realmente a desarrollar los países. En un contexto de guerra fría, la ayuda al desarrollo fue una prima geopolítica para los aliados y hoy se convierte en una prima para los países que detienen a los migrantes. De modo que los políticos no están totalmente equivocados: les pagan dinero a los gobiernos para pedirles que hagan el trabajo de retener a los migrantes. A largo plazo no es deseable que sea una forma de subcontratar nuestra responsabilidad.

Stephen Smith
Stephen Smith - Cortesía del Institut français de España © Magali Martos

Viendo el ejemplo de México con EE.UU., ¿hay que ir a más tratados de libre comercio con países africanos?

En principio, sí, favorece. Ya hay muchos acuerdos de libre comercio en la UE, pero África no tiene aún capacidad exportadora. Muchas de las exportaciones a veces son productos agrícolas, incluso cuando se analiza el comercio con China, que exporta un 12% a África, pero recoge solo un 4%, y principalmente materias primas: petróleo, cacao, café... Desarrollar África (no toda África es igual) es muy difícil cuando apenas la conocemos.

Recientemente, los picos de migración a España se han relacionado con un gran aumento de las llegadas de marroquíes. ¿Es muestra de que no es solo un factor del boom demográfico sino que este tiene que ir de la mano de un crecimiento económico lento y un alto desempleo?

Escribí mi libro antes de la subida de Vox. Pero he de decir que la gestión de los flujos migratorios de España ha sido excelente, muy pragmática. No hay un gran diseño donde pueda encontrar la solución. África tiene un gran excedente de población. Si usted fuera africano, le gustaría ir a Europa y tener a los niños mejor educados que en tu país de origen. Hay millones que querrían venir a Europa, y Europa no podría tomarlos todos. Necesitamos tener una conversación abierta sobre cómo vamos a lidiar con esto más allá de las dos posiciones extremas. La solución no está en que todos somos hermanos y hermanas, y que estaremos bien. Y no lo digo porque esto provoque subidas como las de Vox, sino también por el mantenimiento del Estado del bienestar. La posición de España es clara: «Tengo un vecino. No elijo a mis vecinos. No necesariamente los amo, pero no los odio». Con Mauritania, Senegal y Marruecos, España tiene un diálogo bastante bueno, mejor que los franceses. Marruecos tiene una política sobre cómo integrar a los migrantes en la sociedad marroquí y al mismo tiempo tratan de estar económicamente presentes en el África subsahariana. Con México, vemos que, por mucho que diga Trump, el flujo de migrantes para EE.UU. ha pasado a ser negativo desde 2014. Con África pasará algún día, pero llevará décadas. Necesitamos tener seguridad, necesitamos integrarlos, no demasiados, de lo contrario tendremos una reacción política. El problema comienza cuando las personas que vienen a Europa con toda la forma tradicional de África, no tienen la misma idea del papel de las mujeres en la sociedad, quién es la autoridad... y luego está el islam político. Si los residentes se sienten traicionados y sus vecindarios cambian tan drásticamente, muchos empresarios políticos tratarán de instrumentalizar este miedo e inseguridad para obtener votos como ha hecho en Italia.

Necesitamos integrarlos, pero no demasiados, de lo contrario tendremos una reacción política

¿Ve posible a corto plazo una respuesta coordinada a la cuestión migratoria?

El sur de España tiene una gran cantidad de trabajadores migrantes en situación de temporalidad, mientras que desde Bruselas o París, la perspectiva es muy diferente: la gran mayoría va para quedarse y que sus hijos vayan a los colegios. Luego, en regiones donde no hay migrantes es donde triunfa un discurso más duro contra la inmigración. Existe un país como Japón (modelo de país homogéneo) y, por otro lado, el país construido por migrantes por antonomasia que son los Estados Unidos. No se puede decir que la historia de la migración sea la misma en el Reino Unido, España o Francia. En Alemania, muchos de los migrantes, italianos o turcos, no están necesariamente convencidos de que sea una buena idea traer al millón de personas de 2015; no siempre son los viejos blancos, sino también los propios migrantes que temen que eso deteriore el Estado de bienestar. El debate se ha ido a los excesos. Si tuviéramos el 5 por ciento de crecimiento, no tendríamos el mismo debate sobre la migración en Europa. Incluso la simple cuestión del asilo en el país de llegada. En Berlín, pude ver a muchas personas enviadas de vuelta a Italia. Si la gente quiere vivir en Alemania, ¿por qué las mandas a Italia? Ha habido muy poca coordinación. Espero que haya una respuesta colectiva. 2015 fue la alerta, y la única respuesta que Europa encontró fue la seguridad de la subcontratación: 3 millones de sirios -refugiados- bloqueados en Turquía, 600-800.000 subsaharianos en Libia, el acuerdo entre Italia y los señores de la guerra en Libia (no sé qué está pasando en este momento con el General Haftar). Logramos acuerdos con varios países, pero no hay una política común. En las próximas dos generaciones, vamos a tener tanta afluencia de migrantes que pagar para retener a las personas no funcionará.

En las próximas dos generaciones, vamos a tener tanta afluencia de migrantes que pagar para retener a las personas no funcionará

¿Está preparada la UE para otro año 2015 dada la explosión demográfica que vivirá África en los próximos lustros?

No, no creo que la UE esté preparada. Europa del este todavía tiene la idea de que la ciudadanía está vinculada a la etnicidad: hoy es blanco, mañana verde, pero tiene que ser algo. No creo que deba ser el color de la piel lo que dé forma a la ciudadanía. No es el único problema al que se enfrenta Europa: ahí tenemos el Brexit. Escribí este libro para hablar con los políticos, los intereses nacionales son muy específicos y contradictorios. Las políticas están muy polarizadas, incluso Macron no puede discutir con Italia ni para encontrar un terreno común. Los políticos reaccionan en función del estado de ánimo de los ciudadanos.

Usted sostiene que la inmigración masiva de jóvenes africanos no es necesaria ni útil por una razón imperativa: su llegada no mejoraría en absoluto la proporción de trabajadores activos y dependientes en el Viejo Continente.

No creo que exista una necesidad económica o demográfica. Tenemos en Europa un 20% de desempleo juvenil, por lo que los trabajadores no calificados no son exactamente lo que necesitamos. El problema en la mayoría de los países son las segundas generaciones de migrantes; ya sea con el modelo británico o el francés, es difícil que los niños de los migrantes se sientan plenamente aceptados.

¿El promedio de 3 trabajadores activos por jubilado es una cifra que pueden asumir los Estados europeos? En España se está acercando a 2 en los últimos años.

No hay referencia como absoluta. Es obvio que cuanto mejor es la relación de dependencia, más segura es la edad de jubilación. Las tasas de fertilidad han bajado en muchos países, pero, por ejemplo, en Francia, estas han aumentado entre las personas de clase media-alta. En mi generación tener 4 hijos estaba vinculado a familias pobres. No sabemos cómo se vería la demografía en el futuro.

¿Hay alguna alternativa al Euráfrica, como el modelo de los Estados Unidos pero dañando al Estado del Bienestar, y la Fortaleza Euro más probable?

Estos son los dos extremos en los que en realidad tampoco soy favorable. No creo en “Kumbaya” Euráfrica ni tampoco en que simplemente nos cerremos a cal y canto para mantener nuestra prosperidad. El debate polariza. Estoy abogando por una buena vecindad y migración circulatoria, que vengan aquí por 2 o 3 años sin su familia para aprender nuevas habilidades, y que sirva para contribuir a reactivar a su país y que luego otros puedan venir. Que vengan, trabajemos juntos y nos conozcamos. Pueden casarse aquí pero integrándose. No es migración cero, sino limitar la circulación a Europa.

En sus viajes presidenciales a África, Macron ha sido fuertemente de racista por sus comentarios sobre la elevada natalidad en el continente.

Sé que mencionó mi libro y que le gustó, aunque no le he conocido personalmente. Decir que tener 6 o 7 hijos por mujer en Níger, por ejemplo, sea un problema para el desarrollo es solo una afirmación objetiva, no puedo ver nada racista en ella. Es una evidencia.

Miembros de la ONG española Proactiva Open Arms rescatan a una mujer (Josepha, migrante camerunesa de 40 años) en el mar Mediterráneo
Miembros de la ONG española Proactiva Open Arms rescatan a una mujer (Josepha, migrante camerunesa de 40 años) en el mar Mediterráneo - AFP

¿Qué opinión le merece la acción en el Mediterráneo de ONGs de salvamento como Open Arms?

En primer lugar, no solo podemos elogiar las buenas y favorables intenciones; tenemos que analizar también los efectos colaterales, algunos de ellos son perversos. Los traficantes de personas pueden confiar en que las personas pueden ser recogidas en el Mar Mediterráneo. Para los migrantes africanos, en 2015 el riesgo de morir en el mar era 4 veces menor que dar a luz a un niño. Debemos dejar de hablar sobre el Mediterráneo como una especie de cementerio abierto.

Salvini quiere hacer ver que Italia puede convertirse un infierno para los inmigrantes. ¿Este tipo de mensajes causan realmente efecto?

No, y por una razón muy simple: las personas que viven en aldeas van a la ciudad a pesar de que dos tercios de las personas viven en barrios marginales. Lo que significa un infierno en Italia o España no lo es en África. Esto no es solo dinero. Queramos vivir en una sociedad moderna con posibilidades de prosperar. Los migrantes saben cómo se ve Europa gracias a sus teléfonos inteligentes.


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Con Lionel Messi y casi todo el resto de los titulares descansando para enfrentar al Manchester United, el técnico del Barcelona Ernesto Valverde decidió hacer experimentos.

Valverde presentó un irreconocible once titular y el líder saldó ayer un empate 0-0 con Huesca, el colista de la Liga española.

Messi encabezó el listado de ausencias del Barça, que ahora cuenta con 74 puntos y una cómoda ventaja de nueve sobre el Atlético de Madrid, su más cercano perseguidor, con seis fechas por disputar. Huesca sigue en el fondo con 25.

El arquero alemán Marc-André Ter Stegen fue el único de los titulares que salió al campo de El Alcoraz a afrontar el duelo doméstico. La atención de los azulgranas se enfoca a su compromiso de vuelta de la eliminatoria de cuartos de final de la Liga de Campeones ante el Manchester United el próximo martes.

"Casi la mayoría de los que han jugado menos les tocó actuar hoy y lo hicieron bastante bien contra un equipo que realmente estando abajo en la tabla lo hicieron muy difícil", comentó Arturo Vidal, el veterano volante chileno del Barça que recibió la oportunidad de jugar desde el vamos.

Messi ni siquiera entró en la convocatoria luego de que en la ida de la serie de Champions, que los azulgranas 1-0 a media semana, recibió un duro golpe en el rostro en Old Trafford.

"Todos, los que estamos aquí y los que no vinieron están pensando en el partido del martes", dijo Vidal. "Será difícil, el objetivo que todos queremos es la Liga que ya tenemos cerca, pero la Champions es el sueño de todos".

Valverde tampoco incluyó a Sergio Busquets, mientras que Ivan Rakitic fue descartado por estar afiebrado y Sergio Roberto no jugó por molestias musculares. Luis Suárez y Gerard Piqué, por su parte, purgaron suspensiones por acumulación de tarjetas.

En su puesto, Valverde dio pista a varios juveniles. El lateral senegalés Moussa Wague (20 años) y el central francés Jean-Clair Todibo (19) hicieron sus debuts, al igual que el volante Riqui Puig (19).

"Era una situación difícil porque era mucha gente nueva pero era lo que teníamos que hacer", comentó Valverde. "En el inicio sobre todo nos ha costado, hasta que los jugadores se han soltado un poco".

A pesar del cambio extremo en el cuadro, el "Barsa" tuvo el mando y en un par de minutos generaron las opciones más importantes en la primera mitad.

El francés Ousmane Dembélé, quien volvió a la actividad luego de perderse las últimas cuatro fechas por una dolencia muscular, tuvo la opción de gol más clara con un disparo en el área que apenas fue desviado por el arquero Roberto Santamaría a los 15. Segundos después, el portero local volvió a ser figura al desviar un remate de cabeza del defensor colombiano Jeison Murillo.

El primer disparo a gol de Huesca los anfitriones no llegó hasta los 39 con un intento de Enric Gallego hasta el minuto 39.

En el complemento los visitantes se lanzaron al frente en busca del triunfo, pero se llevaron un susto cuando un disparo de Dembélé pasó a un lado del marco.

El Barsa, que apenas tuvo su segundo partido sin hacer un gol en el torneo, mantiene su marcha rumbo al campeonato al enlazar 20 fechas sin derrota (15 triunfos y cinco empates).

ATLÉTICO SE IMPONE

En otro partido, con un soberbio tanto de tiro libre de Antoine Griezmann y una gran definición de Álvaro Morata, el Atlético de Madrid venció en la capital española 2-0 al Celta de Vigo.

Antes de la magistral ejecución de Griezmann a los 42, el arquero Jan Oblak se erigió como la figura con tres atajadas que salvaron su meta con sendos remates a gol.

Morata ingresó y en un contragolpe recibió un pase de Griezmann, que llevó hasta el área y con un regate se quitó al arquero Rubén Blanco para definir con marco abierto a los 74.

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          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"
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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".

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