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          Re: Best country to pick at mens bathing naked (river/beach)      Comment   Translate Page      
You don´t need to google anything, just go there. A good spot is the Rokel river in Magburaka, a town in northern Sierra Leone or the Wanje river in Pujehun, in the south of the same country. Any river or even small brook in this country has people bathing in it and you can enjoy to see these amazing guys just naked there. It is really a plus if you just join them....
          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 [
          6 Pekerjaan Ini Dianggap Paling Mengerikan, Bukti Cari Duit Itu Susah      Comment   Translate Page      

Liputan6.com, Jakarta Generasi milenial atau juga dikenal sebagai Generasi Y adalah generasi yang lahir setelah Generasi X. Menurut para peneliti sosial, generasi milenial ini adalah generasi kelahiran pada rentang tahun 1980an sampai 2000. Singkatnya, generasi millenial adalah anak-anak muda yang sekarang ini umurnya kisaran 15-35 tahun.

 

Generasi milenial punya impian tersendiri tentang pekerjaan. Generasi ini punya jiwa bebas, selalu cari tantangan di pekerjaan dan kehidupannya. Punya pemikiran terbuka dan bisa menelurkan berbagai ide fresh jadi ciri khas anak muda milenial. Mereka juga tak ingin terkekang dan ingin mengembangkan potensi diri secara maksimal.

Seiring perkembangan zaman yang semakin modern, tentu semakin sulit untuk mendapat pekerjaan. Generasi milenial sendiri cenderung ingin mendapatkan perkerjaan yang memiliki gaji tinggi dan tinggat stres yang rendah. Hal itu yang membuat generasi milenial terlihat pilih-pilih pekerjaan.

Untuk kamu para milenial yang sudah memiliki pekerjaan dan kurang bersyukur, mulai sekarang kamu harus bersyukur. Setidaknya pekerjaan kamu lebih baik dari, 6 pekerjaan sulit dan mengerikan yang telah Liputan6.com lansir dari Bright Side, Minggu (14/4/2019).

Pekerjaan yang Dianggap Sulit dan Mengerikan

1. Produksi penutup lubang got

Pekerjaan Sulit (sumber: brightside)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F2019_04_14%2F455698

Pria-pria dari India memproduksi sekitar 2.750 tutup lubang got untuk kota New York per tahunnya. Satu-satunya peralatan keselamatan yang dimiliki beberapa dari mereka hanyalah kacamata keselamatan. Padahal saat memproduksinya, mereka dekat dengan logam yang panasnya mencapai 1.198 hingga 1.398 derajat celcius.

Dengan suhu sepanas tersebut, percikan logam panas-panas tentu dapat menyebabkan luka bakar yang parah sewaktu-waktu. Tak heran pekerjaan ini dianggap salah satu yang paling sulit dan tak banyak diminati.

 

2. Penambangan belerang di Gunung Api Kawah Ijen

Pekerjaan Sulit (sumber: brightside)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F2019_04_14%2F455698

Kawah Ijen terletak di Jawa dan tingginya 8.530 kaki. Di dalam area gunung berapi, ada sebuah danau belerang, di mana ada beberapa orang yang bekerja di sana. Para pekerja adalah penduduk lokal yang bekerja tanpa pakaian pelindung atau masker gas.

Padahal mereka mengambil belerang sepanjang hari dan sepanjang malam, menggunakan 2 tangan mereka sendiri. dan hanya menggunakan saputangan yang membantu mereka untuk tidak menghirup zat berbahaya. Setiap pekerja mendapat kurang dari lebih Rp 73.000 per hari.

Tak Banyak Orang Mau Melakukannya

3. Pembersih saluran pembuangan, India

Pekerjaan Sulit (sumber: brightside)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F2019_04_14%2F455698

Setiap harinya, pembersih saluran pembungan di India bekerja selama 12 jam. Di mana selama itu, mereka harus berada di dalam saluran pembuangan dan menghirup sampah. Mereka tidak menggunakan banyak alat. Mereka biasanya menggunakan pengikis logam, dan mattocks. Mereka dibayar hanya kurang lebih Rp 73.000 per hari.

4. Penguji bau

Pekerjaan Sulit (sumber: brightside)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F2019_04_14%2F455698

Sebagian besar penguji bau bekerja di perusahaan yang memproduksi deodoran dan antiperspiran. Tugas para penguji baru adalah ketika penguji menerapkan produk ke ketiak subyek, mereka akan menciumnya untuk menilai efisiensinya sepanjang hari.

Tak Banyak yang Tahu

5. Penambangan berlian, Sierra Leone

Pekerjaan Sulit (sumber: brightside)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F2019_04_14%2F455698

Berbicara soal berlian, pasti yang terbanyang di otak kita adalah kaya raya. Namun hal tersebut tidak berlaku untuk para penambangnya. Dilaporkan nilai total berlian yang diekstraksi di Sierra Leone mencapai 320 juta US Dollar atau setara Rp4,6 triiliun.

Tetapi para pekerja tidak mendapatkan banyak. Di distrik Kono di mana sekitar 250.000 orang bekerja sebagai penambang berlian, namun distrik ini adalah daerah termiskin di negara ini.

 

6.  Penambangan garam, Ethiopia

Pekerjaan Sulit (sumber: brightside)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F2019_04_14%2F455698

Walau kita tinggal di daerah tropis, kita kadang kala tidak bisa menahan cuaca panas. Tapi orang-orang Afar, suku asal Ethiopia, sangat tahan dengan cuaca panas karena sebagian besar dari mereka adalah penambangan garam. Padahal suhu di sana bisa mencapai 51 derajat Celcius dan dianggap sebagai salah satu tempat terpanas di dunia.


          "Empire State of Mind" with author Zack O'Malley Greenberg      Comment   Translate Page      
I made the Yankee hat more famous than a Yankee can -Jay Z Some people think Jay-Z is just another rapper.  Others see him as just another celebrity/mega-star.  The reality is, no matter what you think Jay-Z is, he is first and foremost a business. You can slip into his Rocawear clothing - official sponsor of the New York Yankees - wake up to the local radio station playing Jay-Z's latest hit, spritz yourself with his 9IX cologne, lace up your Reebok S. Carter sneakers, catch a Nets basketball game in the afternoon, and grab dinner at The Spotted Pig before heading to an evening performance of the Jay-Z-backed Broadway musical “Fela!” and a nightcap at his 40/40 Club.  He'll profit at every turn of your day. But despite Jay-Z's success, there are still many Americans whose impressions of him are foggy, outdated, or downright incorrect.  Surprisingly to many, he honed his business philosophy not at a fancy B school, but on the streets of Brooklyn and beyond as a drug dealer in the 1980s. “Empire State of Mind” tells the story behind Jay-Z's rise to the top as told by the people who lived it with him.  This book explains just how Jay-Z propelled himself from the bleak streets of Brooklyn to the heights of the business world. Join Zack O'Malley Greenberg, live from the Bergino Baseball Clubhouse... Zack O'Malley Greenburg is a Forbes staff writer and author of the Jay-Z biography Empire State of Mind.  He pens The Beat Report at Forbes, where he's covered finance and music since 2005, profiling the likes of Bon Jovi, Justin Bieber, Richard Branson and 50 Cent.  Along the way, Zack's stories have taken him from Omaha's rail yards to the diamond mines of Sierra Leone.  He has also written for The Washington Post, Vibe, McSweeney's, Sports Illustrated and others.  He has served as a guest lecturer at Yale, Berklee School of Music, Georgetown and Harvard, and has appeared as an expert source for BBC, CBS, CNBC, CNN, E!, MTV, Reuters and other outlets.
          Re: Best country to pick at mens bathing naked (river/beach)      Comment   Translate Page      
You don´t need to google anything, just go there. A good spot is the Rokel river in Magburaka, a town in northern Sierra Leone or the Wanje river in Pujehun, in the south of the same country. Any river or even small brook in this country has people bathing in it and you can enjoy to see these amazing guys just naked there. It is really a plus if you just join them....
          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 [
          6 Pekerjaan Ini Dianggap Paling Mengerikan, Bukti Cari Duit Itu Susah      Comment   Translate Page      

Liputan6.com, Jakarta Generasi milenial atau juga dikenal sebagai Generasi Y adalah generasi yang lahir setelah Generasi X. Menurut para peneliti sosial, generasi milenial ini adalah generasi kelahiran pada rentang tahun 1980an sampai 2000. Singkatnya, generasi millenial adalah anak-anak muda yang sekarang ini umurnya kisaran 15-35 tahun.

 

Generasi milenial punya impian tersendiri tentang pekerjaan. Generasi ini punya jiwa bebas, selalu cari tantangan di pekerjaan dan kehidupannya. Punya pemikiran terbuka dan bisa menelurkan berbagai ide fresh jadi ciri khas anak muda milenial. Mereka juga tak ingin terkekang dan ingin mengembangkan potensi diri secara maksimal.

Seiring perkembangan zaman yang semakin modern, tentu semakin sulit untuk mendapat pekerjaan. Generasi milenial sendiri cenderung ingin mendapatkan perkerjaan yang memiliki gaji tinggi dan tinggat stres yang rendah. Hal itu yang membuat generasi milenial terlihat pilih-pilih pekerjaan.

Untuk kamu para milenial yang sudah memiliki pekerjaan dan kurang bersyukur, mulai sekarang kamu harus bersyukur. Setidaknya pekerjaan kamu lebih baik dari, 6 pekerjaan sulit dan mengerikan yang telah Liputan6.com lansir dari Bright Side, Minggu (14/4/2019).

Pekerjaan yang Dianggap Sulit dan Mengerikan

1. Produksi penutup lubang got

Pekerjaan Sulit (sumber: brightside)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F2019_04_14%2F476253

Pria-pria dari India memproduksi sekitar 2.750 tutup lubang got untuk kota New York per tahunnya. Satu-satunya peralatan keselamatan yang dimiliki beberapa dari mereka hanyalah kacamata keselamatan. Padahal saat memproduksinya, mereka dekat dengan logam yang panasnya mencapai 1.198 hingga 1.398 derajat celcius.

Dengan suhu sepanas tersebut, percikan logam panas-panas tentu dapat menyebabkan luka bakar yang parah sewaktu-waktu. Tak heran pekerjaan ini dianggap salah satu yang paling sulit dan tak banyak diminati.

 

2. Penambangan belerang di Gunung Api Kawah Ijen

Pekerjaan Sulit (sumber: brightside)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F2019_04_14%2F476253

Kawah Ijen terletak di Jawa dan tingginya 8.530 kaki. Di dalam area gunung berapi, ada sebuah danau belerang, di mana ada beberapa orang yang bekerja di sana. Para pekerja adalah penduduk lokal yang bekerja tanpa pakaian pelindung atau masker gas.

Padahal mereka mengambil belerang sepanjang hari dan sepanjang malam, menggunakan 2 tangan mereka sendiri. dan hanya menggunakan saputangan yang membantu mereka untuk tidak menghirup zat berbahaya. Setiap pekerja mendapat kurang dari lebih Rp 73.000 per hari.

Tak Banyak Orang Mau Melakukannya

3. Pembersih saluran pembuangan, India

Pekerjaan Sulit (sumber: brightside)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F2019_04_14%2F476253

Setiap harinya, pembersih saluran pembungan di India bekerja selama 12 jam. Di mana selama itu, mereka harus berada di dalam saluran pembuangan dan menghirup sampah. Mereka tidak menggunakan banyak alat. Mereka biasanya menggunakan pengikis logam, dan mattocks. Mereka dibayar hanya kurang lebih Rp 73.000 per hari.

4. Penguji bau

Pekerjaan Sulit (sumber: brightside)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F2019_04_14%2F476253

Sebagian besar penguji bau bekerja di perusahaan yang memproduksi deodoran dan antiperspiran. Tugas para penguji baru adalah ketika penguji menerapkan produk ke ketiak subyek, mereka akan menciumnya untuk menilai efisiensinya sepanjang hari.

Tak Banyak yang Tahu

5. Penambangan berlian, Sierra Leone

Pekerjaan Sulit (sumber: brightside)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F2019_04_14%2F476253

Berbicara soal berlian, pasti yang terbanyang di otak kita adalah kaya raya. Namun hal tersebut tidak berlaku untuk para penambangnya. Dilaporkan nilai total berlian yang diekstraksi di Sierra Leone mencapai 320 juta US Dollar atau setara Rp4,6 triiliun.

Tetapi para pekerja tidak mendapatkan banyak. Di distrik Kono di mana sekitar 250.000 orang bekerja sebagai penambang berlian, namun distrik ini adalah daerah termiskin di negara ini.

 

6.  Penambangan garam, Ethiopia

Pekerjaan Sulit (sumber: brightside)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F2019_04_14%2F476253

Walau kita tinggal di daerah tropis, kita kadang kala tidak bisa menahan cuaca panas. Tapi orang-orang Afar, suku asal Ethiopia, sangat tahan dengan cuaca panas karena sebagian besar dari mereka adalah penambangan garam. Padahal suhu di sana bisa mencapai 51 derajat Celcius dan dianggap sebagai salah satu tempat terpanas di dunia.


          Ebola’s victims of the future: pregnant women      Comment   Translate Page      

For the last 13 years, Sierra Leone has seen a dramatic decrease in its maternal mortality rate, due in large part to the introduction of free health care for pregnant women. One of the most devastating and yet rarely acknowledged impacts of the Ebola epidemic is that it threatens to undo all this good work.


          '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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          역시 클라스 오지죠.      Comment   Translate Page      
역시 클라스 오지죠. Highest inflation, 2019. Venezuela: 10,000,000% Zimbabwe: 73% Sudan: 49% Argentina: 43% Iran: 37% South Sudan: 24% Liberia: 22% Yemen: 20% Angola: 17% Turkey: 17% Uzbekistan: 16% Sierra Leone: 15% Libya: 15% Haiti: 14% Egypt: 14% Nigeria: 11% Zambia: 10% Ethiopia: 9% (IMF) 사악한 미제국주의때문에 베네수엘라 인플레가 저리 된거임 아무튼 그런거임. 병신새끼들.
          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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REPLY
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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REPLY
3. Bello Bello, 2017
"Ama Adu yea me too sis I tot it was only me dat experience it"

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REPLY
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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